September 24, 2013 is going to be a day Penn State fans remember for a long, long time. While most memorable days at Penn State in the past few years will live in infamy, today is a day of celebration for everyone in Happy Valley and beyond. Of course, when news of this magnitude breaks, there's only one rational thing to do: immediately turn around and look at how it impacts future Penn State football teams, because #CULTURE. Let's take a look.
He doesn't do it often, but Bill O'Brien is definitely smiling today. He and Athletic Director David Joyner released statements earlier this afternoon on the NCAA's decision to gradually restore Penn State's scholarship reduction.
According to Penn State Trustee Barbara Doran, the NCAA has agreed to loosen some restrictions on Penn State's scholarship limits.
The Nittany Lions are well-known for their NCAA-champion wrestling team; can its success be matched by Penn State's arm-wrestling team?
Take a look at how some former Penn State standouts like Matt McGloin, Paul Posluszny, and Sean Lee are performing this season in the NFL.
In the last three years, 36 University Park students died while enrolled at Penn State.
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