Month: December 2011
A is for Avicii, who had the BJC bouncing in late November, and for the Alabama Crimson Tide, who Penn State hosted in one of the most highly-anticipated football games in recent Beaver Stadium history. B is for bin Laden’s death, which thousands took to Beaver Ave. to celebrate on what our own Becky Perlow coined […]
In a small town known for major college sports and an enormous state university it can be easy to forget that there are charming community events that occur even when the 40,000 plus students are back home. If you are in the State College vicinity and looking for reasons to get out of the house on New Years Eve, First Night State College offers an opportunity to experience an impressive display of ice sculptures, live music, and food vendors as part of a plethora of enjoyable events.
Penn State (8-6, 0-1) was unable to find their groove Thursday night, as they fell 71-53 to 18th ranked Michigan (11-2,0-1) on the road in the Big Ten opener.
I was anticipating a quiet week in the Penn State football world. That was certainly not the case. A first fight, recruiting updates, and coaching search speculation dominated the headlines, leaving several questions unanswered heading into the holiday (and bowl game) season.
So, with the Philly/Pittsburgh rivalry at Penn State, there’s no way you didn’t see this post coming, right? Here’s a list of things to do this break in Pittsburgh.