No. 4 Penn State did not have an issue cruising past Indiana Saturday afternoon in Beaver Stadium, but quarterback Trace McSorley faced heavy pressure in the pocket going up against the tenacious Hoosier defense.
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Between rushing, receiving, returning kicks, and now passing, Barkley is having himself a day every single Saturday.
“We want bigger things than just my career receptions record,” Hamilton said postgame. “We want the national championship.”
The Nittany Lions scored two special teams touchdowns for the first time since 2001, while DaeSean Hamilton broke Deon Butler’s all-time receptions record.
Senior setter Abby Detering did a little bit of everything for the Nittany Lions in a 3-0 victory over the Illini Friday night at Rec Hall.
No. 4 Penn State field hockey defeated Michigan State 1-0 in a tight, defensive game on the road in East Lansing Friday thanks to Moira Putsch’s goal.
Penn State All-American and 1988 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee Jack Ham presented the “Hometown Hall of Famer” plaque to the school Friday night.
The Hoosiers gave James Franklin’s squad a run for its money last season, but the Nittany Lions have the momentum following last Saturday’s late win over Iowa and will get some extra motivation from their throwback jerseys as part of the “Generations of Greatness” game.
Penn State’s sophomore libero has learned how to play under control this season, while not losing a lick of her signature competitive fire.
Saturday’s “Generations of Greatness” game has us yearning for yesteryear.
Urschel graduated from Penn State in 2013 with both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mathematics; he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in mathematics at MIT.
Since Rachel Sutherland and Wesley Ovens didn’t even study at the same campus, they defied the odds by meeting at all.
Legendary Penn State running back Larry Johnson leads a busy life down in Florida these days, but he’s been paying close attention to Saquon Barkley’s Heisman run.
From that kid who won’t stop yelling ‘We want Bama’ to the parent who somehow managed to sneak themselves into the student section, chances are you’ve seen them all.
The alumni corporation for the now defunct Penn State chapter of Beta Theta Pi was met with some criticism when it opened the house, where Timothy Piazza suffered fatal injuries, for fraternity alumni to pay to stay in for football weekends this season.
We like to say, “We are here for the dancers so that they can be there For The Kids.” It is amazing to be able to help a dancer, and seeing how much it means to the kids and families.
Penn State defensive end Torrence Brown’s season came to an end in week 3 when he was carted with a right knee injury during his team’s victory over Georgia State. Yesterday, he received a little pick-me-up from one diehard Penn State fan.
Now a Penn State professor, Goldstein has performed throughout various major venues worldwide as a chamber and jazz musician.
If I would’ve known we could have Shaggy at Movin’ On, I would’ve suggested it long ago. But alas, It Wasn’t Me.
Even if you’re not a country fan, you probably know Lambert from hit tracks like “Kerosene” and “The House That Built Me”.
In the first edition of this event, the Nittany Lions are excited to break away from the “black shoes, basic blues” mantra just for one game.
The WellTrack platform will allow students to complete online modules and use others tools aimed at promoting health and well-being.
Oh yeah, and the assembly passed a few piece of legislation, too. Nothing groundbreaking.
From Saquon Barkley to Marcus Allen, Penn State football has it all. Sports Illustrated ranked the Nittany Lions the nation’s ‘most watchable’ team, putting them above the likes of Oklahoma State and Louisville.