Teniya Page, who scored 24 points against the Eagles, scored and one with 20 seconds left in the game to give Penn State a lead it wouldn’t relinquish.
Monthly Archives: November, 2016
President Eric Barron released a statement Wednesday supporting DACA in light of a national conversation about sanctuary campuses and a student petition for Penn State’s administration to take action.
Saquon Barkley took home the conference’s top offensive honor Wednesday night. The sophomore also captured Big Ten Running Back of the Year and a unanimous first-team nod.
A specially-presiding judge on Wednesday ruled in Mike McQueary’s favor on his claim that Penn State violated the state’s whistleblower law in its treatment of him and awarded the former Penn State football assistant coach an additional $5 million in damages.
Marcus Allen and Grant Haley teamed up to capture the Big Ten Network’s top play of 2016.
A Penn State professor who used $2,265.23 allotted for conducting cancer research for the College of Medicine on unauthorized purchases was charged with forgery.
The latest College Football Playoff rankings kept Penn State at No. 7 — two spots behind Michigan. The Wolverines won’t be vying for a conference championship, but does this ranking foreshadow what’s to come?
Set your phone background, whip out your best ugly Christmas sweater, and get ready for Bucci. No. 7 Penn State starts its series with No. 20 Michigan tomorrow.
The Smeal College of Business and its student organizations are notoriously good at preparing students for interviews and internships, but…
Bo Nickal’s 6-0 start to 2016 with six pins marks a feat that no other Penn State grappler has accomplished although quite a few Nittany Lion greats have come close.
Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest difference. For the Lions, the little things fostered discipline.
Barkley has had a stellar season, but the backfield’s depth with Andre Robinson, Mark Allen, and Miles Sanders has led to the success of the running game.
A new #cupcakeordonate challenge created by Alpha Delta Pi sorority seeks to increase national awareness and donations for THON.
The Nittany Lions won their ACC-Big Ten Challenge showdown with the Yellow Jackets with some key late plays from the veterans.
Despite cruising to an emphatic Senior Day win over Michigan State, James Franklin’s Nittany Lions stayed put at No. 7 ahead of the Big Ten Championship.
A number of Nittany Lions were honored on the first day of the Big Ten’s season awards.
Hornibrook was knocked out of Wisconsin’s game last weekend against Minnesota with a head injury, but Franklin is convinced he’s starting this weekend.
Juniors Simone Lee and Haleigh Washington nabbed unanimous All-Big Ten selections, while Tori Gorrell and Kendall White earned All-Freshman nods.
The honors keep rolling in for Penn State’s redshirt sophomore signal-caller Trace McSorley.
UPUA is planning to fund more Blue & White Brigade buses to Indianapolis this weekend based on how many students sign up for its wait list by 6 p.m. tonight.
After a brief history of the duo’s value system backgrounds (Cattell is an Orthodox Christian, while Richards broadly considers himself an atheist.), the evening quickly dove into debate over a wide range of topics.
Penn Staters are in a frenzy coordinating the logistics of their travel to Indianapolis this weekend. Here’s what you need to think about to get there, stay there, tailgate, and enjoy the game.
James Franklin called for yet another White Out for Penn State fans traveling to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin.
“They are Michigan — but they’re different,” Gadowsky said. “Last year their offense was just unbelievably explosive. They’re still Michigan so it can still be that way but if you look at the success they’ve had this season…they’re doing it with defense.”