On July 23, 2012, the NCAA imposed unprecedented sanctions on Penn State’s football program following investigations into the Sandusky Scandal. Three years later, Penn State football isn’t just still here — it’s alive and thriving.
Penn State football accomplished some marvelous feats during the 2014-15 season, highlighted by the team’s first bowl victory since the 2010 Capital One Bowl. But, with everything that was well and good about the 2014 squad, there are some glaring issues that must be addressed in order for the Nittany Lions to progress in James Franklin’s second season at the helm. We’ve compiled a list of areas that, if left unaddressed, may hinder Penn State going forward and cause the team to take a step back in 2015 — which nobody wants to see.
Welcome to the third episode of our new podcast, produced and published by our friends over at VSporto. In this episode, Doug Leeson and David Abruzzese talk about D.J. Newbill’s chances to stay with the L.A. Clippers, the abundance of Nittany Lions on preseason watch lists, and Anthony Zettel’s golf game.
So maybe the 100-degree heat isn’t your thing and summer is dragging on, or maybe you’re the biggest Penn State football fan next to James Franklin, but either way fall 2015 will be here before you know it. And even more comforting? There’s tons to look forward to.
Welcome to Onward Takes, our brand-new podcast produced and published by our friends at VSporto’s Nittany Lion Radio.
Akshat Rajan, president of SPANK, spent the past year chronicling the team’s practices, tournaments, and off-season conditioning for the 45-minute documentary.
Dying to know what’s been going on behind the blue construction curtain in the Health and Human Development Building? As the project nears completion, we took a photo tour, and would love for you to come along for the ride.
Though there are still about two months until we return to Happy Valley, the remainder of summer will fly, and freshmen will be taking over their new campus before they know it. To make the most of the remaining time, we’ve put together a checklist of things that will make transitioning into your freshman year of college a little bit easier.
Alumni Dan Galiczynski and Devon Saunders will take their talents to the popular show ‘American Ninja Warrior’ on an episode airing Monday, June 22.
The Performing Arts Council prepares to take on its second semester on campus, focusing its efforts on future talent performances and collaboration between performing art organizations.
Do you know who Mary Krupa is? Could you tell a friend the job of Penn State’s BoT? Excited to move back to Happy Valley in a mere 75 days? We’ve compiled a list of 75 things that you need to know about Penn State, one for each day until we’re back, so now there’s no reason to hide your puzzled look when your older brother tells you to hop on the “whoop.”
Five past and present Nittany Lions are playing in the tournament — two for Team USA, two for the host team Canada, and one for Costa Rica.
The Creamery is creating a new flavor in honor of its anniversary. There are three flavors to choose from, and our writers debated which one should be crowned the Creamery’s 150th Anniversary Flavor.
After winning Miss Greater Juniata Valley, Katie Carlson will compete against 38 other contestants for a chance to become the next Miss Pennsylvania.
Will Hackenberg rebound? Are there replacements for Mike Hull and Sam Ficken? We think so.