Penn State has a human highlight reel in Trace McSorley, but the Nittany Lions have to keep their backup quarterback Tommy Stevens involved in the game plan in some capacity.
Author Ethan Kasales
Kansas City Chiefs linebacker and Penn State great Tamba Hali took to Twitter to defend Joe Paterno, saying things like, “It’s so easy to blame the dead.”
Penn State’s Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley were recognized as two of the conference’s 10 preseason honorees Monday morning.
Kamonte Carter was dismissed from the Penn State football program in April 2016 for a violation of team rules. Following a successful year at East Mississippi Community College, Carter is heading to Pitt on scholarship.
Frannie Crouse, Charlotte Williams, Ellie Jean, and Kaleigh Riehl were called out to Seattle for a week-long training camp with the U.S. U-23 women’s national team.
In her fourth World Cup appearance, Katie Guy (’13) captained Canada to its second straight gold medal game against the U.S., which will take place Saturday at England’s Surrey Sports Park.
Mike Gesicki, Marcus Allen, Andrew Nelson, Grant Haley, and Curtis Cothran discussed the team’s “unbreakable bond,” among other topics, before Lift for Life Saturday.
John Reid suffered a likely season-ending knee injury during spring practice, but the veteran cornerback is making the most of his recovery time in Portland.
Shea Moyer, Emily Ogle, Charlotte Williams, Laura Freigang, and Maddie Elliston trained with the Seattle Sounders Women of the WPSL this summer.
Method Man stopped by Penn State Sunday so his son, 2020 recruit Raekwon Smith, could participate in one of the program’s elite camps.
Harrisburg standout Shaquon Anderson-Butts is the first receiver to join James Franklin’s 2018 recruiting class.
Penn State found its replacement for Justin Fields in Middletown, Conn., pro-style passer Will Levis.
Tampa defensive lineman Judge Culpepper kicked off Arts Fest Friday with a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions over offers from Alabama, Florida, and LSU.
Speedy receiver Brandon Polk out of Ashburn, Va., had his request for a medical redshirt approved Tuesday after sustaining an injury early last season.
Barton Simmons, Director of Scouting for 247Sports, was so impressed with Justin Shorter’s performance at The Opening that he’s now considered the nation’s top receiver prospect.
Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley found themselves on the Maxwell Award preseason watch list Monday, while Marcus Allen and Jason Cabinda earned Bednarik hype.
Texan defensive backs Trent Gordon and Isaiah Humphries represent a recruiting shift for the Nittany Lions, who are steadily broadening their horizons.
Tampa, Fla., corner Jordan Miner picked the Nittany Lions over offers from Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina, and others.
All-purpose back Ricky Slade and wide receiver Justin Shorter have put on a show at Nike’s World Campus in Beaverton, Ore.
Four-star prospect Solomon Enis, son of Penn State great Curtis Enis, on Friday told PennLive’s Daniel Gallen, “Franklin signed a new five-year deal so he’s going to be there a minute while I’m there.”
Penn State women’s soccer head coach Erica Dambach discussed her team’s various training options during the summer, including a special opportunity in Seattle.
Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions will don an updated jersey this season featuring stripes down the sleeves and Penn State on the front.
Balancing early-morning workouts and afternoon scrimmages with an internship in the athletic department is all in a day’s work for Russ Rose’s senior outside hitter.
The New Orleans Pelicans traded former Penn State point guard Tim Frazier to the Wizards Wednesday for the No. 52 overall pick in the upcoming NBA draft.
Keaton Ellis is the first State College prospect since 2010 signee Alex Kenney to earn a scholarship offer from the Nittany Lions.
South Salem, N.Y., guard Taylor Nussbaum committed to Pat Chambers’ Nittany Lions Friday via Twitter. The incoming freshman is a preferred walk-on.
Recent Penn State men’s hockey graduate Dylan Richard will continue his playing career overseas in Oslo, Norway.
“With the history and traditions that we have, we don’t have to reinvent ourselves,” James Franklin said. “It’s elements from our past, but done in a current way.”