Monthly Archives: November, 2017
Mississippi State officially introduced former Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead as its new head coach with a press conference on Thursday morning and unsurprisingly, a few topics came up during the session that would pique the interest of fans back in Happy Valley.
Huff spent the last four years on Coach Franklin’s staff as the running backs coach and special teams coordinator.
Along with his Offensive Player of the Year honor, Barkley also earned a spot on the All-Big Ten first team for the second consecutive season, and picked up awards as the conference’s top running back and return specialist to cap off a stellar 2017.
This is the second straight year that Barkley was named the top running back in the conference.
“Taking an extra moment to properly dispose of waste at THON events will help us tremendously as we strive to make THON a more sustainable organization.”
The Alma Mater has become a staple of Penn State athletics, but that has not always been the case.
A motion to amend the amendment — to allow cross-filing after all — failed with a narrow 15-18 voting margin, proving the assembly was truly split on whether or not to allow it. But alas, what’s done is done.
Penn State fans got a chance to see college hockey’s outdated overtime format last weekend against Michigan State. A shift to 3-on-3 would benefit Penn State and NCAA hockey as a whole.
It says a lot about a person when he spends his resignation address highlighting the accomplishments of all those who have worked alongside him.
The eleventh-ranked Buckeyes’ defense has played extremely well so far this season, but has also struggled immensely on home ice in Columbus.
The Nittany Lions’ bench was outscored 39-9, and the Wolfpack shot 62.5 percent from beyond the arc in Penn State’s B1G/ACC Challenge matchup.
Moorhead flew out of the University Park airport today headed for Starksville, where he’ll replace Dan Mullen as head coach.
Needless to say, Penn State Twitter had itself a field day with this one, and reactions pretty much covered the whole board.
Barkley gets his fourth award finalist nomination of the year, but he’s going up against a host of other talented football players
Whether you’re shocked and heartbroken over the loss of Joe Moorhead or angry that he’s leaving for Mississippi State after just two seasons, we have a song to help you deal with whatever you’re feeling.
Six Nittany Lions were named to All-Big Ten Offensive Teams — including two first team media selections in Saquon Barkley and Mike Gesicki.
“We couldn’t be happier for Joe Moorhead and his family. This is a tremendous opportunity for him to return to being a head coach and continue to move forward in his career. We are so appreciative of everything that he has done for Penn State Football in his two years.”
For alumni Jake Sieber, Haroon Choudery, and John Higgins, Penn State was the launching pad for their new business venture.
Now that Joe Moorhead is off to coach in the SEC, let’s take a look back at some of his best play calls at Penn State.
The talent on this Nittany Lions’ roster is strong, but the caliber of mustaches is even stronger.
Penn State’s IT department began offering a survey to help locate spots on campus where the “psu” WiFi network doesn’t always work that well (trust us, there are a lot of them).
Penn State has also suspended the chapter on an interim basis for the duration of an investigation into possible policy violations.
Penn State needs a new offensive coordinator. Here are a few notable names that could replace Joe Moorhead in Happy Valley.