Category Archives: Mike Mauti

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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Podcast: Bowl predictions for PSU

Frank Bodani and Jim Seip recap the Temple win, which pushed Penn State into bowl eligibility. They preview the Penn State matchup with Illinois. But most importantly, Bodani breaks down the scenarios that would have to take place to send … Continue reading

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‘Ridiculous’ Penn State podcast

PSU podcast: YDR reporters Frank Bodani and Jim Seip power through another late-night conversation on the latest news involving Penn State and Big Ten football. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, March 27, 2014

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Vanderlinden and Fisher to leave Penn State coaching staff

Reports say Penn State linebacker coach Ron Vanderlinden and quarterbacks coach Charlie Fisher are no longer with the program.

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Why did Mike Mauti speak out against Jay Paterno?

This week’s YDR Penn State podcast discusses why Mike Mauti said what he did in John U. Bacon’s book “Fourth and Long.” By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, Aug. 23, 2013

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Chaz Powell one of nearly 40 Nittany Lions in NFL training camps

Susquehannock High graduate Chaz Powell is trying to hold onto a roster spot with the Green Bay Packers … one of 39 former Nittany Lions in NFL training camps.

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Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., May 20

Join beat reporter Frank Bodani from 8 to 9 p.m. Monday to chat about the latest with Penn State football, the Big Ten and the NCAA.

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Former Nittany Lions ink rookie deals with Minnesota Vikings

Former Penn State linebackers Mike Mauti and Gerald Hodges signed their rookie contracts to play for the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday. Hodges was taken in the fourth round with the 120th overall pick of this year’s NFL draft. Mauti was … Continue reading

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Nine former Nittany Lions participate in NFL mini-camps

A number of former Nittany Lions are pushing forward with their NFL dreams. Nine players from Penn State participated in rookie minicamps this month. During last month’s NFL Draft, three Nittany Lions were selected, including first-team All-Big Ten defensive tackle … Continue reading

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Penn State “misses” key candidates at linebacker and quarterback as spring workouts begin

Penn State’s key spring battles at linebacker and quarterback will go on without Ben Kline and Christian Hackenberg.

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