Monthly Archives: December 2013

Penn State “Black Monday” football chat, 8 p.m., Dec. 30

Join beat reporter Frank Bodani tonight from 8 to 9 to talk about Bill O’Brien and whether he’s staying at Penn State or headed to the NFL.

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Is it time for O’Brien to leave for the NFL

Podcast: Reporters Frank Bodani and Jim Seip discuss the possibility Bill O’Brien could bolt for the NFL before the 2014 season. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, Dec. 24, 2013

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Penn State’s Urschel named top of the CLASS: honored again for work on, off the field

Penn State’s John Urschel earned another national honor for his stunning combination of academic success and efforts on the offensive line.

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Randy Edsall gets confidence vote as Terps prepare for bowl, Big Ten

York County’s Randy Edsall plans to lead Maryland into Beaver Stadium next fall, no matter how his Terps fare in Friday’s Military Bowl. His athletic director supported him Monday.

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Penn State football chat, 8 p.m. Dec. 23

Need a break from your last-minute holiday preparations? Join Frank Bodani’s weekly Penn State football chat at 8 p.m. Monday to talk about all things Penn State football. From recruiting to coaching changes, Frank will field your questions and comments.

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Penn State football staffer leaves to become a head coach

Bill Kavanaugh was a key member of Penn State’s football recruiting efforts on staff. He’s leaving to become the head coach at his alma mater, Bentley University.

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Versatile, under-the-radar New Jersey recruit latest to join Nittany Lions

New Jersey’s Donte Raymond has become the 18th member of Penn State’s recruiting class. The former Delaware commitment is versatile but non-rated by the major recruiting sites.

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It’s official: Junior college lineman Tarow Barney is coming to Penn State next month

Key junior college defensive tackle Tarow Barney signed his letter of intent on Wednesday. He’s definitely coming to Penn State next month.

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Offseason rumblings on recruiting and O’Brien’s coaching search

PSU podcast: YDR reporter Frank Bodani talks about all the offseason news surrounding Penn State football. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, Dec. 18, 2013

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Penn State gets its gift: Brooklyn DT Thomas Holley commits, recruiting rankings surge

Penn State landed one of the top defensive line recruits in the county today with New York’s Thomas Holley. He’s the third defensive tackle in this 2014 recruiting class.

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