Category Archives: Mike Hull

Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., May 4

Chat everything Penn State football tonight at 8 with Daily Record beat reporter Frank Bodani. What did you think about the Lions picked (and those not) in the NFL Draft?

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Judging Penn State’s Pinstripe Pressure Points

Penn State needs a couple of “other” receivers … and offensive linemen, too, to finally step up in the Pinstripe Bowl against Boston College.

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Podcast: A Merry Christmas for Penn State

PODCAST: Frank Bodani sings “Jingle Bells” and drops some wisdom on Jim Seip in a holiday edition of the PSU podcast. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record/Sunday News, Dec. 17, 2014

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Podcast: PSU still in line for Pinstripe Bowl

Penn State could close the regular season on a two-game losing skid, but a loss to Michigan State probably won’t affect where the Lions are headed come bowl season. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record/Sunday News, Nov. 27, 2014

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PSU podcast: A win against Temple will send Lions bowling

PSU podcast: Frank Bodani and Jim Seip discuss why a win and bowl eligibility against Temple is a good possibility. Hint: A lot has to do with Penn State’s defense. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record/Sunday News, Nov. 12, 2014

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Randy Edsall, Terps roll into State College

PODCAST: Penn State and Maryland are coming off of difficult losses, Frank Bodani and Jim Seip talk about some things to look for as the Lions and Terps renew their rivalry. By Jim Seip, YDR/Sunday News, Oct. 30, 2014

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Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., Oct. 27

Chat Penn State football Monday night at 8 with Daily Record beat reporter Frank Bodani. We’ll look back at Ohio State and ahead to Maryland with Randy Edsall.

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Podcast: PSU needs to improve after victory at Rutgers

PSU podcast: What needs to improve as Penn State moves into Week 4 of the season? By Jim Seip, York Daily Record/Sunday News, Sept. 17, 2014

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Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., Sept. 2

After the heart-stopping win in Ireland, the Nittany Lions must now quickly prepare for a well-coached Akron team in James Franklin’s home opener. Chat about it all tonight at 8 with Daily Record beat reporter Frank Bodani.

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