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Day: July 24, 2012

Joegies Renamed to HUB Subs

Per the HUB Dining website, the popular hoagie shop known as Joegies has been renamed "HUB Subs".

Matt McGloin Makes Statement on NCAA Sanctions

Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin (@McGloinQB11) tweeted earlier today a poignant and inspirational statement about his commitment to Penn State, which he calls the "greatest football program in America". Before the scandal broke in November, McGloin was often been criticized for his leadership ability as much as his play on the field. After this statement, no one should be making those claims anymore.

Recruiting Class Stays Strong Following Sanctions

Over the past few months, Bill O'Brien and his staff built up a ton of momentum in terms of 2013 recruiting. The general fear was that the NCAA sanctions handed down yesterday could tear apart a recruiting class that a few weeks ago was just bordering on top then in the country. Below is a roundup of everything that has unfolded including a glimpse at where each verbal commit for the Class of 2013 currently stands.

It’s Time to Move On

It's easy to say that Mark Emmert overstepped his bounds as NCAA president, and it's easy to say the Freeh report reaches some "interesting" conclusions. Heck, there's most likely some truth to those statements. Unfortunately, our conclusions don't matters. As unfair as all of this has played out, it's time for Penn State to move on.

Victim 4 Attorney Angry Client was not Consulted

Benjamin Andreozzi, a Harrisburg based attorney who represents Victim 4 in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial, is not happy with NCAA president Mark Emmert nor Penn State. His client loved Penn State Football and may have wanted to express his thoughts regarding Joe Paterno's statue and NCAA sanctions before decisions were made.

State Farm Drops Penn State Football

Like a good neighbor, State Farm is not there. Per the Huffington Post, State Farm Insurance has opted to drop its sponsorship of the Penn State football team for this upcoming season. All stadium signage will removed and all radio broadcast advertisements will be taken off the air for games.

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