Tonight at the Bryce Jordan Center, Penn State will try to do its part to prove that the Big Ten is the best college basketball conference in the country. The Nittany Lions will square off with Boston College in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, a team they defeated 62-54 on the road last fall. The game begins at 9:15 a.m. and will be broadcast on ESPNU. Students in attendance will receive a free snapback hat.
In what could be the most awkward moment in the Penn State media room history, a random fan somehow snuck in to the Bill O'Brien press conference after Penn State's victory on Saturday.
Chip Ray (@chipray16) was elected as the new President of the Penn State Interfraternity Council at last night's meeting. Ray, an Industrial Engineering major and member of Acacia, has served as the IFC's Executive Vice President over the past term. He will have the tall task of replacing outgoing IFC President Vinnie Lizza.
"Thank you to everyone for your support," Ray Tweeted after his election. "I am very honored and excited for what the next year will bring."
Which THON Committee will take home bragging rights this year? Find out tonight at 7:30 at the Eisenhower Auditorium for the annual Mr. and Mrs. THON Pageant.
The top-seeded Nittany Lions took home some serious Big Ten hardware, winning 10 awards after going 19-1 in the conference this season.
The three semi-finalists for the Burlsworth trophy have been selected, and Penn State's own Matt McGloin is one of them.
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