The Penn State Nittany Lions football program currently resides in the Big Ten conference and has won two National Championships. Known for tradition, Beaver Stadium, and Joe Paterno, the program is a point of pride in the community after the team persevered following harsh NCAA sanctions that eliminated wins and placed scholarship reductions on the program. The program looks to begin a new era when new head coach James Franklin leads the Nittany Lions into the 2014 season.
0 Penn State Falls To Illinois, 16-14

Penn State took the field today riding the momentum of bowl eligibility, and took on a 4-6 Illinois that has only won two Big Ten games in the last three years. On paper, Penn State should have emerged from this one victorious. If only that was the case.

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 Franklin No Stranger to Illinois QB Wes Lunt

A big name on James Franklin’s radar this week is Wes Lunt, and rightly so; he is the starting quarterback for Illinois who returned to action last week after missing four games due to a fractured fibula. However, this is not the first time Franklin and Lunt have crossed paths.

0 Residence Halls to Open Early for Michigan State Game

Penn State students living on campus who want to go to Saturday’s football game or are just jonesin’ to get back to State College a couple of days early are in luck. Penn State announced today that all residence halls will open two days early in order to accommodate the Penn State-Michigan State game on Saturday.

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