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Day: June 17, 2011

BEAT ZONE to Be Added to Student Section at Beaver Stadium

The Blue & White Society is set to add onto Penn State's iconic "S Zone" for the biggest games of the 2011 season by adding the BEAT ZONE, which will spell out BEAT and the opponent's name.

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Tim Curley: ‘No interest’ in Extending Pitt Series

Penn State AD Tim Curley told a Pittsburgh radio station that he has "no interest" in an extended football series with the University of Pittsburgh. Penn State sports blog NittanyWhiteOut takes a look at the past, present, and future when it comes to Penn State's out-of-conference football schedules.

Penn State (Unfortunately) Tops U.S News & World Report Ranking

Penn State made it to the top of yet another college ranking, but students from Pennsylvania and their families won't be pleased by this one. Check out where PSU landed on the list of the most expensive public colleges in the country for in-state students.

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PSU Takes 4th in EcoCar Challenge

Penn State students competed in the EcoCar Challenge in Washington, D.C., a technology engineering competition where students transform regular cars into environmentally-friendly ones. Penn State came in fourth out of the 16 team field, finishing behind only Virginia Tech, Ohio State and the University of Waterloo.

The 2011 Football Season Will Be One to Remember

Last football season was tough to swallow in Happy Valley, but there's plenty to look forward to when the 2011 Nittany Lions kick off in 78 days. Check out why this football season will be one to remember, and why Penn State will be a contender for the Big Ten title.

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Penn State Hosts PIAA Softball & Baseball Championships on Friday

The 2011 PIAA Baseball and Softball State Championships will be played today at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park and at Nittany Lion Softball Park. Check out the full schedule along with ticket information from

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