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0 Penn State Can Find Hope in 2012 Michigan State Team

If what Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said in his Tuesday press conference holds merit, then the future is as bright as ever for Penn State. “I think Penn State itself, Coach Franklin, has a football team that’s been extremely close. A lot of parallels probably with our season in 2012, losing a number of games by a total of 15 points,” Dantonio said. “Maybe four games.”

0 Penn State Roars Back to Down Akron, 78-72

Boy, D.J. Newbill is something, isn’t he? In front of a home crowd that made its presence felt late in the game, Newbill put up 29 points to lead all scorers, while posting five rebounds, five assists, and one steal in a 78-72 victory over Akron at the Bryce Jordan Center.

0 Lady Lions Sink to 1-3 With Loss to St. Bonaventure

The Lady Lions fell to 1-3 after falling in a back-and-forth game against St. Bonaventure on Tuesday night, 56-54. Sierra Moore led Penn State in scoring with 15 points, tying her previous career-high. Lindsey Spann added another 13 points and five assists in the last-second loss.

0 Women’s Soccer Pushes Forward to Sweet 16

Penn State Women’s Soccer eked out a 1-0 win Friday night over UConn in the second round of the NCAA tournament. The Nittany Lions wasted no time taking control of the match. After Kori Chapic centered a pass from outside the box, Penn State’s leading scorer Frannie Crouse headed in a cross to the back of the net for the lead in the 7th minute of the match.

0 AAA Pledging Donations for Touchdowns to Uplifting Athletes

If you’ve been to a home Penn State football game this November, chances are you’ve seen Devon Still’s video to fans asking fans to pledge money for Uplifting Athletes. Well, AAA has pledged $500 per Penn State touchdown to Uplifting Athletes over the course of the team’s five games during the month of November. With donations going to the Kidney Cancer Association, there’s no questioning Still’s stake in the organization outside of his interest as a former participant.

0 Louis Freeh Denied Protective Order in Paterno Lawsuit

Whether he wants to or not, Louis Freeh and his firm Pepper Hamilton are going to be part of the Paterno family lawsuit against the NCAA. That much was made clear today in a court order denying his motion for a protective order and stay in the lawsuit, which was joined by Penn State.

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