The NCAA released graduation rates for athletes earlier today, and once again, Penn State performed exceptionally well.
Penn State football set a school record with a 91 percent graduation success rate, which puts them second in the Big Ten to only Northwestern and 23 percent above the national Division One average.
After a phenomenal 2011 season, Penn State senior point guard Tim Frazier was named to the preseason All-Big Ten team at Big Ten media day in Chicago this morning.
Looking for some corporate eye candy? Suits will abound at the second annual Sapphire Leadership Symposium on Nov. 2, which is now open to students of all majors.
Believe me, I'm just as excited about this game as anybody could be. I'm a senior, camping out at Nittanyville for the 20th time, and I plan on painting my face, as always. Something else I always do? Carry with me a sense of sportsmanship.
In order to be excited about what is to come in the future, it is important to understand and appreciate the past. This coming Saturday marks the most anticipated contest to date in a new era of Penn State Football as the Nittany Lions take on the undefeated No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes. But big games against Ohio State are nothing new. Today, we are looking back at the 2008 matchup. Since this will be the only road game featured, the format is a bit different. We are talking to Ben Lerman (@blerms) who was in Columbus for the game and Evan Smith (@SportsNTheatre) who watched the action on television from campus.
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