Author Kyle Lucas
Anthony Adams is at it again.
After retiring from the NFL four months ago at White Castle, it appears the former Nittany Lion defensive tackle and second round NFL draft pick is joining the rap game professing his love for ribs in his song ‘Slab City’ a remix of the popular Tyga song ‘Rack City’.
Penn State Squirrel Whisperer, Mary Krupa and Sneezy the Squirrel are no more after Krupa was caught feeding the ducks on campus.
After nine years in the NFL former Penn State defensive tackle Anthony Adams announced his retirement in a very unique way Saturday.
The David Taylor-Kyle Dake collegiate wrestling saga will likely draw to a close this weekend in the 165 pound NCAA national championship finals, in what many have dubbed the match of the century and one to save Olympic wrestling.
Walking around the Bryce Jordan Center during THON weekend you see a lot of interesting characters. Onward State ran into two brothers decked out in Tron inspired suits. Andrew Sheffler is a junior at Penn State majoring in natural gas engineering. His brother, Daniel, is a sophomore at Penn State New Kensington. They’re both here supporting Penn State New Kensington’s four dancers.
The Penn State department of Kinesiology, Information Technology, and Sports Medicine are implementing virtual reality testing to help diagnosis and prevent concussions in athletes, according to a Penn State Live report.
Matt McGloin is having an excellent season, and some award lists are beginning to take notice. Penn State’s senior quarterback has been nominated for the Burlsworth Trophy presented to college football’s most outstanding player who began his career as a walk-on.
With the Penn State Nittany Lions currently enjoying their bye week following a four game winning streak, we take another look back at the nine players who transferred this summer and provide a brief update. While Silas Redd is playing decent football, several other transfers have yet to make much of an impact for their new teams, while things are going pretty well right now for those who chose to stay at Penn State.
Redshirt sophomore defensive end Tyrone Smith has experienced a lot of hardship during in his life. The 6′ 4″ 251 pound Smith grew up living in Pittsburgh, and at the age of 13 he lost his mother to kidney failure. That same month his grandfather, who he had lived with his entire life, passed as well. Last year Smith lost his brother Andrew Smith, who was caught up in a brawl over owed money. Smith’s journey to Penn State was not an easy one, but now he’s making a most of it as a member of the football team.
Freshmen defensive end Brent Smith has served two tours in Iraq and eight years in the Marine Corps. Now a student at Penn State he is perusing his gridiron dreams.
When the NCAA hit the Penn State Football program with sanctions on July 23rd and allowed players to transfer without penalty, nine decided to leave. Below is an update regarding how these guys have performed at their new schools through the first two weeks of the college football season.
During the darkest time in school history, with every move we make scrutinized by the national media you’d think Penn State fans would show a little class when a player under performs on the field. Wrong. Some irrational fans felt the need to belittle kicker Sam Ficken, following his tough game against Virginia.