Day: October 25, 2013
Nittany Mountain Trail Rides canceled all hayrides scheduled tonight and tomorrow night because there were so many alcohol-related incidents last night, according to the owner. Alcohol is not allowed on the farm, although, naturally, pre-gaming has long been a tradition for hayrides among Penn State groups.
“In the past couple of years, people seem to focus on the bad stuff that happened at Penn State, but I truly believe that good people go to Penn State. They meet, they interact, and sometimes—if they’re lucky—they fall in love. No matter what anyone says, and no matter what happens, I will always love this school. Without it, I would not have my best friends and never would have met the love of my life. For that, I will be forever grateful and faithful to good ol’ PSU!”
The Nittany Lions pulled off the impossible two Saturdays ago when they upset a ranked and undefeated Michigan Wolverines team in four overtimes. If Penn State (4-2, 1-1) wants to stay on this track with another victory, it will take a second consecutive upset, this time against an even better squad in the No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0, 3-0). The game kicks off tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio.
The Patriot-News, citing “prominent Democratic figures in Centre County and Pennsylvania,” say that Paterno has indicated interest in challenging incumbent Rep. Glenn Thompson in Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District.
It’s time for another football Saturday. Kicking off tomorrow evening at 8 p.m., Penn State (4-2, 1-1) will face the No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0, 3-0) on the road at the Horseshoe in the third conference game of the schedule. The Nittany Lions will try and keep the momentum going from their four-overtime shocker against the Michigan Wolverines two weeks ago. Let’s take a look at what our writers think about the game.
It’s been a magical week on Twitter for Penn State fans. That’s right — it’s Ohio State Hate Week (#OhioStateHateWeek).Sure, every week is Ohio State Hate Week, but the week leading up to the big game always brings the best of the best in Buckeye banter.
Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali celebrated his team’s win over the Houston Texans on Sunday at a restaurant in the Plaza area. At the end of the night, he left a surprise gift for the staff: an extra tip of $1,000, according to KCTV5.