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Day: March 26, 2014

David Taylor and Ed Ruth Named Finalists for Hodge Trophy

After David Taylor and Ed Ruth both won national titles, they are now up for wrestling's version of the Heisman Trophy, the Dan Hodge Award. A fan voting portion makes up two of the 45 votes.

Bill O’Brien Bashes Penn State Bowl Ban

In a recent interview, Texans head coach Bill O'Brien was questioned about his decision to leave Penn State, the NCAA sanctions, and his relationship with his former players. Even though he left the program, O'Brien remained a staunch defender of the Nittany Lions. He opened up about how hard it was to leave his team, explaining that he called every player until 4 a.m. on the night he accepted the Houston job. He also sent a diss Mark Emmert's way in talking about the ridiculousness of the bowl ban at Penn State.

Former Pa. Attorney General: Tim Curley and Gary Schultz Charges should be Dismissed

In the affidavit, which the court recently unsealed, Cohen, former acting attorney general and first deputy attorney general in Pennsylvania, says Curley and Schultz's rights have been violated through the criminal proceedings.

Warrior Games to Honor Lt. Michael Murphy

Lt. Murphy’s legacy will continue to be honored this weekend with Omega Delta Sigma’s annual Warrior Games and spaghetti dinner benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. Lt. Murphy was an avid fan of Crossfit, a fitness and exercise program known for its intense workouts that combine multiple disciplines of strength training.

Rodney Erickson Planned Joe Paterno Tribute, Board of Trustees Shot It Down

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Penn State President Rodney Erickson had planned a tribute statement to Joe Paterno following his death, but the Board of Trustees canceled it.

10 Clubs that Penn State Needs

With 987 clubs listed at University Park, you may have thought that Penn State has covered all of the bases for extracurricular activities. You couldn't have been more wrong. Here's our intensive list of what we're missing out on.

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