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Penn State has received a commitment from linebacker Daiquan Kelly. Kelly, who hails from Union City in New Jersey, also received an offer from Rutgers. Kelly had previously committed to Syracuse, before flipping to Penn State.
Last year, the Color Run swept through campus when over 10,000 people participated in the "Happiest 5k on the Planet" (in the Happiest of Valleys, I might add). This year, Homecoming brought the event back for a second round, and the Color Runners spent the morning hustling through campus in a rainbow-tinted blur.
If you weren't watching the Penn State football game last night, there's a pretty good chance you were at the Hoodie Allen concert in the HUB's Alumni Hall.
And the long string of dominance against Rutgers continues! Thanks to some late game heroics from Christian Hackenberg and Eugene Lewis, Penn State moved to 3-0 on the season with a 13-10 win over the Scarlet Knights.
We did it, folks. We chopped Rutgers. It was a brutally long and horribly painful game to watch, but the Nittany Lions came out on top 13-10 after falling behind by ten points in the first half. Penn State looked to be down for the count in the fourth quarter but pulled off the kind of miracle victory that has defined this team over the last two seasons and change. With #RutgersHateWeek behind us and the game officially in the books, it's now time to take a look at what this game means in the big picture for an undefeated Nittany Lions football team.
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