Interim offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne praised the group around him while Chris Godwin named Saeed Blacknall as his breakout candidate for the TaxSlayer Bowl.
Monthly Archives: December, 2015
The Lady Lions captured a much-needed upset over No. 14 Northwestern on the eve of 2016, taking down the Wildcats 79-72 behind a career-high 27 points from Teniya Paige.
Despite losing star running back Nick Chubb early in the season, the Georgia Bulldogs’ rushing attack and defense are among the nation’s best.
The Penn State Blue Band began its trip to the TaxSlayer Bowl on Wednesday. “I can’t think of a better way to bring in the new year,” Blue Band President Pat Burke said of supporting Penn State football alongside the Lionettes and Penn State cheerleaders.
For our final Director profile of 2015, we sat down with Volunteer Safety Director Molly Twohig to learn the in’s and out’s of the security-focused side of R&R and what got her to apply for the position in the first place.
Penn State started off its Big Ten schedule with a close loss to No. 4 Maryland. The Terps’ Diamond Stone lit up the Lions for 38 points while his team came back from multiple deficits.
Eight months after declaring bankruptcy, Gregory and Lynda Mussi have sold the 79-year-old Autoport.
The Penn State men’s hockey team finished its holiday in Pittsburgh with a win over Clarkson in the consolation game of the Three Rivers Classic.
Governor Tom Wolf rejected the GOP budge that cuts $95 million from education and is “out-of-balance.” “I’m calling on our legislators to get back to Harrisburg – back to the work they left unfinished last week,” he said.
Penn State men’s hockey failed to clinch a Three Rivers Classic championship berth with its first loss since its trip to St. Lawrence in October.
We asked for the best Penn State-themed holiday decorations, and once again, you did not disappoint.
Garrett Sickels may be the lone returning starter along the defensive line next season. TaxSlayer Bowl preparation and the upcoming offseason will be huge for the high-ceiling end’s confidence.
Tamba Hali and NaVorro Bowman will represent Penn State in the 2016 Pro Bowl. Jacksonville wide receiver Allen Robinson was one of the biggest snubs of the year, but the Nittany Lions will still be well represented.
Jordan Lucas and Carl Nassib, two of Penn State’s premier defenders in 2015, have accepted their invitations to the Reese’s Senior Bowl, where they’ll face some of the nation’s top talent in preparation for the 2016 NFL Draft.
The loss of Nyeem Wartman-White and the lack of experience in the linebacker corps initially brought a challenge to the Nittany Lion defense this season, until Jason Cabinda and Troy Reeder took the expanded roles and made the most of them in the 2015 season.
Penn State basketball clinched third place at the Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic with a 75-69 win over Kent State in the last non-conference game of the season.
26 points from Shep Garner simply wasn’t enough for Penn State in the first game of the 2015 Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic, as the Lions fell to Colorado 71-70.
New Offensive Coordinator Joe Moorhead and interim Ricky Rahne both come into the TaxSlayer Bowl with intriguing offensive schemes designed for lethal passing attacks.
Penn State’s 4,000 Jewish undergraduates comprise 10 percent of its total population, the ninth largest Jewish population of any public U.S. university according to Hillel College Guide Magazine’s Fall 2015 edition.
Saquon Barkley had a fantastic freshman season, but how does it compare to other Penn State greats?
The Lady Lions dropped five of their last six games but responded by beating hapless Sacred Heart by 37 points.
Penn State wrestling took on Rider Saturday afternoon, and the Nittany Lions rolled to a 38-4 victory. The Nittany Lions remain perfect on the season heading into the holiday break.
The Nittany Lions avoided losing to 1-8 Drexel thanks to a career-high 20 points from Payton Banks. The team was down by as much as 17 points late in the first half before mounting a comeback and getting a 63-57 win.
Cornerbacks Coach Terry Smith recounted a neat story of new offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead recruiting his stepson Justin King back in 2005.
Carl Nassib was the recipient of just about every national defensive award imaginable, but don’t think the success got to his head. Nassib just took the same approach every day, and after five years, he’s reaping the benefits.
James Franklin made two things clear before the Lions travel South: Carl Nassib is 100 percent healthy for a game for the first time in more than a month, and Christian Hackenberg and Austin Johnson have both applied for draft evaluations from the NFL.
Our freshmen staffers gave a retrospective on their first few months as Penn Staters.