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Day: October 23, 2010

QB Combo Leads Penn State to Victory

Freshman Rob Bolden started the day with style, going 11-13 and 130 yards before being sidelined with an apparent concussion before halftime. Backup Matt McGloin took charge and led the Nittany Lions to a 33-21 victory in Minnesota.

Jason to Show His ‘O’ Face

Today, Penn State alum Jason Olcese, better known as State College's Jason O, will perform as part of the National Finals of the BOSS Loop Station World Championship. The championship will take place in Hollywood with five other contestants, with the best going on to compete with the world's best loopers.

Facemasks? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Facemasks!

There is no doubt that people are worried about head and neck injuries in both college football and the NFL after the paralysis of Rutgers player Eric Legrand and concussions suffered by Desean Jackson and Joshua Cribbs among others this past weekend.
Joe Paterno offered a suggestion during this week's Big Ten teleconference on how to increase safety:

Volleyball Mid-season Review

At the beginning of the season, coach Russ Rose told the media that this year's women's volleyball team was not the same as last year's team. He said that they did not deserve the number one ranking and that, for this team, there was no streak. But I am not so sure that anybody actually believed him.

Plans Revealed for Sustainability Experience Center

Penn State is blue, white and green... and going greener. The Center for Sustainability has recently revealed its plans for a nine acre Sustainability Experience Center.

Marketing Student Uses Head to Make Cash

A Penn State marketing student used his head to find a new way to gain real life experience with marketing and hopefully earn a little cash on the side. The student created a listing on eBay for his forehead, offering to live with the winning organization's brand tattoed on his head for 31 days.

If he indeed goes through with it, it will be tough for this student to remain anonymous for long.

The current bid is $310. Have at it.

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