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Day: January 15, 2014

Penn State Lands New Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers Coaches

Penn State named its new quarterbacks and wide-receiving coaches Wednesday afternoon. Ricky Rahne and Josh Gattis, both from James Franklin's staff at Vanderbilt will join the Penn State coaching staff.

Christian Hackenberg ‘This Is Where I Want To Play Ball’

He may not yet be 20, he may have been on campus for less than a full calendar year, but Christian Hackenberg is bright. No doubt about it. There is a tangible confidence that flickers through his eyes when he looks at you to hear your question and an equally calculated answer when he responds.

Four-Star Defensive Tackle Thomas Holley Decommits From Penn State

Thomas Holley, a top rated defensive tackle, has decommitted from Penn State and flipped his commitment to Florida.

Players Reflect on Coaching Changes

From the New Years Eve announcement that Bill O’Brien was gone, until James Franklin’s first press conference on Saturday, fans following Penn State football have been in a frenzy. The rumor mill ran rampant, Twitter couldn't seem to update quick enough, and it didn't take long to be come disillusioned with the whole process. But our thirst for information and emotional connection pales in comparison to what it must've been like to be a Pen State football player through it all.

Ryan Bagwell Announces BoT Candidacy

The third candidate to publicly throw their hat into the ring for the 2014 Penn State Board of Trustees election is no stranger to the process. This is the third go-around for 2002 graduate Ryan Bagwell, who will look to use the recent notoriety from his open records initiative to propel him into one of the three alumni seats up for grabs in this year's election.

James Franklin Reiterates Penn State is His ‘Dream Job’

James Franklin made several media stops yesterday, giving his first interviews to members of the national media since becoming Penn State's head coach less than a week ago. His first stop was a nearly eight-and-a-half minute appearance on the nationally-syndicated radio program The Dan Patrick Show, hosted by former ESPN anchor Dan Patrick.

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