Defensive end Brad Bars ruptured his achilles tendon earlier this week during a workout, which will cause him to miss the entire 2013 football season, the program announced Thursday afternoon through a press release. Bars' rehabilitation is expected to take 4-6 months, according to the team's physician, Dr. Peter Seidenberg. Bars will be operated on by the team's orthopedic physician, Dr. Scott Lynch, within the coming days.
Penn Staters continue to be named to preseason watch lists, as running back Zach Zwinak has been named to the Doak Walker Award Watch List.
The men's basketball team's non-conference schedule was released today, highlighted by eight home games and trips to Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Pittsburgh.
For 14 years, the Tussey Mountain WingFest has been offering wing connoisseurs and casual diners the chance to taste a variety of delicious sauces from around the area.
And tonight, the spicy tradition continues.
Penn State's costs associated with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal through April 30 have been counted and the latest total is $46,854,256.
Community members and Penn State supporters packed the main meeting room in the State College Municipal building Wednesday night to participate in an engaging discussion about university governance organized by State Representative Scott Conklin. Penn State Trustees Keith Eckel, Paul Silvis, Abe Harpster, Ted Brown, and Anthony Lubrano all participated in the dialogue centered around Conklin's Board of Trustees reform bills.
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