Words just don't seem adequate enough.
Despite the rainy State College weather, thousands of alumni lined the streets all over campus to watch the highly anticipated Homecoming Parade on Friday, and here are some of the craziest things we heard them say.
Only two students out of nearly 40,000 are endowed with Homecoming royalty each year. During halftime on Saturday, John Satira and Rhonda Bates became the newest Penn State Homecoming King and Queen in front of more than 107,000 people.
Unless you're a wizard like Hermione Granger and can be at two places at once using some sort of "magic", there's a chance you didn't catch every Nittany Lions team in action this weekend. But that's okay. Here's a recap of what you missed from a busy weekend of Penn State sports.
Whether it’s charting Mayan ruins, drinking moonshine with rednecks for his own TV show, or exploring outrageous claims of buried Knights Templar treasures in rural Pennsylvania, Dr. French’s experiences put him in a league of his own.
The Penn State Twittersphere is a always a fun place, but it's even more fun when Penn State pulls off a big upset like it did on Saturday. If you follow enough Penn State people, your timeline was filled with pure jubilation -- and if you'll indulge me in just a little bit of shameless self-promotion -- let's relive Penn State's improbable upset over Michigan with these 100 tweets.
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