Sophomore infielder Willie Burger is just the player Rob Cooper needs to count on in an important season for Penn State on the diamond.
Author Chris Weigl
Penn State’s trio of reserve running backs all return in 2017. You can call them Earth, Wind, and Fire.
Saeed Blacknall’s numbers haven’t lived up to expectations, but that changed in Indianapolis. The junior receiver broke out with a game for the ages that helped the Nittany Lions capture the Big Ten Championship.
Tommy Stevens might not be the starter, but he’s performing when he’s called upon. This weekend, he returns home to Indianapolis.
Mike Gesicki’s grown leaps and bounds since his lackluster 2015 sophomore campaign. It all starts with his new mindset, and it’s paying dividends.
Lately, Saquon Barkley’s been generating some national attention thanks to jaw-dropping performances that’ve helped put Penn State in the College Football Playoff picture.
James Franklin benched Garrett Sickels for the first half against Ohio State for skipping a class before the bye week. The veteran leader took it as an opportunity to make things right, and he did just that.
So many wounds seemed to heal in just a matter of a few hours. Everything the team and community had been through in recent years couldn’t stop it. Penn State football was back.
Between heaping piles of food, beverages as far as the eye can see, and a handful of Penn State (and national) celebrities, the San Román tailgate is tops in State College.
As if being the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines wasn’t enough, Jim Harbaugh is also quite the weirdo.