Author Anthony Colucci
James Franklin knows how Urban Meyer is feeling right now, which might be why he sided with the Buckeyes in his Coaches’ Poll ballot.
Young, an Imhotep Institute (Philadelphia) star who committed to the Nittany Lions’ class of 2018 over the summer, has been on the minds of a number of recruits who are on the program’s radar as well as a couple of current Penn State players.
The Nittany Lions come in at No. 10 for the second week in a row.
Penn State looks impressive after a week of wrestling, but there are a few questions marks.
Three pins paved the way for the Nittany Lions in another easy out-of-conference win.
“This case has fallen off of its rails in terms of scheduling,” Parks Miller said. “The last prelims spread over many months and is kind of already off track. It needs to be placed back on track so the victims can have some sort of normal closure.”
After falling behind 3-0, Penn State won the last nine bouts, scoring bonus points in seven of them.
Neither of Penn State’s two most important wrestlers this season won a national title in last year.
He’s making a list and checking it twice.
“He was so much fun to coach…He was the type of guy that we actually had to tell to get out of the room.”
A truly disappointing and gut-wrenching loss is incomplete without fans’ reactions and attempts at coping.
Brutus the Buckeye might be the scariest nut on the planet.
Penn State won six of its first eight games against Ohio State, but Urban Meyer’s recent run has shifted the rivalry’s balance.
And DaeSean Hamilton is the ultimate troll.
It’ll be All White Errthang for Penn State alums in Chicago this weekend.
Saturday’s “Generations of Greatness” game has us yearning for yesteryear.