Drunk Sober High
James Franklin concluded his busy National Signing Day by sitting at center court at the Bryce Jordan Center with Penn State legend LaVar Arrington, showing the crowd highlight tape of the 2014 recruiting class and discussing how they fit into his plan for the future of the program.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane provided an update earlier today on her investigation into how the Attorney General's office, under then-AG Tom Corbett and later Linda Kelly, handled the Jerry Sandusky investigation.
While most major college football programs could be seen tightly packed around conference tables with serious looks on their faces during today's signing day events, Franklin & Co. let the media into a room with a giant recruiting big board, an omelet station, and a whole lot of modern technology.
Penn State women's volleyball got some love on the Senate floor this morning, as Pennsylvania's U.S. Senators Pat Toomey and Bob Casey introduced a resolution to honor the national champions.
Penn State is often criticized for its unwillingness to cancel classes. Despite the bad rap, the university canceled classes this morning for the third time in the last two academic years (the other two coming from a snowstorm in January 2013 and Hurricane Sandy in October 2012).
Penn State seems to have rounded out its 2014 recruiting class on National Signing Day with a commit from Alabama athlete Torrence Brown, according to Rivals' Ryan Snyder. The Tuscaloosa Academy product had originally committed to Southern Miss in January before receiving interest from the Nittany Lions, likely following the Lloyd Tubman's decision to pull back his commitment.
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