Month: June 2013

Ticketmaster Crashes During Freshman Season Ticket Sale, Pandemonium Ensues

It has not been a fun morning for the Penn State ticket office or the freshman class.

Screams could be heard throughout Pennsylvania this morning as Ticketmaster crashed right at 7 a.m. when the football student season ticket sale was set to begin.

Bill O’Brien Named Big Ten Men’s Coach of the Year

If you thought the awards train for Bill O’Brien was over, you were wrong.

The Bear Bryant, Maxwell Club, ESPN, and Big Ten Coach of the Year winner added another trophy to his case yesterday after being named as the Big Ten Men’s Coach of the Year.

Four-Star Cornerback Troy Vincent Commits to Penn State

Penn State has picked up its twelfth football recruit for 2014 as Troy Vincent Jr, a cornerback from Maryland, has verbally committed to play for the Nittany Lions.

Lady Lions Release Non-Conference Schedule

The Lady Lions released their competitive non-conference schedule for the 2013-2014 season including games against the 2013 National Champion UConn Huskies and 2011 National Champion Texas A&M Aggies.

Kane Pleased With Progress Of Sandusky Investigation Review

Attorney General Kathleen Kane spoke yesterday afternoon at the Pennsylvania Press Club luncheon, acknowledging that her office’s review of the Jerry Sandusky investigation is under way and that she is pleased with the pace that it is progressing at.

2013 WPSU Wine Festival Tickets Available

Winos rejoice and get your Penn State stemware ready! For those of us who despise Natty light and prefer to get tipsy in a more “highbrow” manner, the upcoming WPSU International Wine Festival on September 29 is one wine-and-cheese party you won’t want to miss.

State College Named #2 Smartest City

Following a recent study by San Francisco-based Lumosity, State College came in second place among America’s smartest cities.

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