Day: September 7, 2013

Athletics Integrity Monitor Praises Penn State in First Annual Report

Penn State's Athletics Integrity Monitor released his first annual report today giving the university high marks. The report, by Former Sen. George Mitchell, says Penn State has made substantial strides in its implementation of the recommendations made by Judge Louis Freeh.

Ron Swanson, Red Meat, and Romantic Love

Nick Offerman, aka Ron Swanson, spoke about exactly what you'd expect him to on Friday night in Eisenhower Auditorium: eating red meat and making romantic love.

State College Police Awarded $40,000 Grant to Combat Alcohol Use

The State College Police Department says its been awarded a two-year, $40,000 grant to help reduce underage and dangerous drinking. The grant came from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

Take Aways From Penn State’s 45-7 Shellacking Of Eastern Michigan

The Penn State Nittany Lions have improved to 2-0 after downing the Eastern Michigan Eagles 45-7 in the home opener at Beaver Stadium on Saturday. The offense had a slow start in the game but eventually exploded to put up six touchdowns, including five on the ground. The defense was even better, refusing to surrender a single point to the Eagles offense, as the team's lone touchdown came off of a defensive fumble recovery. Let’s take a look at what the victory tells us about this Penn State team.

[Video] John Cappelletti Talks to Team Following Eastern Michigan Victory


John Cappelletti’s Number The First To Be Retired By Penn State Football

John Cappelletti is probably the best player to ever set foot on the Beaver Stadium field. He's the only Nittany Lion that has won the Heisman Trophy. He was the best player on an undefeated 12-0 team in 1973 that Joe Paterno has called the best team he ever coached, a team that should've had a shot at the national championship that season. It's fitting that Cappelletti would also be the first Penn State football player to have his number retired.

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