Author Robbie Rockwell
Penn State plays its biggest game of the year on Monday and, for some reason, is still an underdog. Here’s what it needs to do to silence critics once and for all.
No one really expected the kind of success Penn State had this season, and it all started with the men in only their first year.
The Nittany Lions aren’t exactly underdogs for Saturday, but they’ll need to play their most complete game all season nonetheless to take down a formidable Wisconsin.
While everyone else was still celebrating the big win over Michigan State, some students wanted to guarantee their tickets to Indianapolis as the line outside the Bryce Jordan Center continued to grow Sunday night.
Penn State plays its final home game tomorrow. Though it’s an inconvenience to leave home early, this team deserves it.
USA Today’s Dan Wolken first reported Thanksgiving night that Penn State is hoping to extend James Franklin’s contract.
Penn State’s defense has had a knack of making the opposition turn the ball over frequently this year, and is surely a contributor to the team’s late season surge.
Penn State and Iowa don’t meet very often, but when they do, the Hawkeyes have a habit of spoiling Penn State’s season. The Lions hope to avoid another heart-breaker this Saturday.
James Franklin’s coaching woes have been well documented since the beginning of his tenure, but he’s finally proved that the patience has paid off.
We all know that the Nittany Lions are big underdogs Saturday, but here’s what they need to do to win, and why they stand a chance against such a formidable opponent.
Keggers in East Halls and traditions like the Phi Psi 500 characterize 1980s Penn State partying. Needless to say, a few things have changed since then.
There was a lot of hype for the offense coming into 2016 and rightly so. But it didn’t take the big step forward until the past few games.
Penn State came into Friday night’s game with some confidence, and that led to a great showing for a 2-0 win over Illinois.
Penn State’s defense has a tough task ahead of it. With Big Ten play approaching, injuries could hold the Nittany Lions back.