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One of Penn State’s best football players is spending his summer working in the realm of a different sport.
When he’s not working out, middle linebacker Glenn Carson is enjoying a marketing internship with the State College Spikes.
If Bill O’Brien is stressed about the upcoming season, he didn’t show it this afternoon in front of hundreds of reporters in Chicago at the 42nd annual Big Ten Media Days.
You've probably heard this before, but the NCAA is awful. If you're reading this, you're probably tied to Penn State in one way or another, so you already know this. You have also probably called for more people to be critical of the NCAA, and if you went on ESPN yesterday, the one year anniversary of the NCAA sanctioning Penn State for the Sandusky scandal, you saw that. For those who didn't go onto ESPN, well, here:
Penn State announced yesterday that single game tickets for football will go on sale July 30...but there's a catch.
After more than three decades at Penn State, Wayne Smutz, Penn State’s World Campus Executive Director, has been named dean of Continuing Education and Extension at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Penn State is one of twelve Big Ten schools that will use what would have been Penn State's bowl revenues for various child-related charities.
Each university will be given $188,344 by the Big Ten for a total just under $2.3 million. That number would have been the amount of money Penn State would have received from the Big Ten in revenue had they been eligible to participate in a bowl game.
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