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Day: November 10, 2014

New NCAA Emails Reveal PR Was A Motivation for Penn State Sanctions

More internal NCAA emails were released today as part of a 325-page filing in State Sen. Jake Corman’s lawsuit, displaying the organization’s very careful media strategy in levying its Penn State sanctions to avoid bad publicity and more skepticism over the sanctions’ appropriateness.

Penn State Flips Indiana Commit, Lands Dual-Threat QB Tommy Stevens

Penn State landed recruit Tommy Stevens, a dual-threat quarterback who had previously committed to Indiana.

Adrian Amos, Mike Hull Accept Invites To Senior Bowl

The Nittany Lions will have at least two representatives at the 2015 Senior Bowl, as linebacker Mike Hull and safety Adrian Amos have accepted invites to the game.

Game Day Observations: Indiana

Don't take this the wrong way: Bloomington underrated as far as Big Ten towns go, with some of the best beer bars I've experienced in my football travels. Memorial Stadium, on the other hand, is exactly as depressing as you might expect it to be, both literally and figuratively in the shadows of basketball's Assembly Hall across the street.

‘The People’s Joe’ to Premiere This Week

The film, which recounts Joe Paterno's life, legacy, and impact, will be shown a number of times throughout the week as part of a block party and premiere event.

2014 Allen Street Christmas Tree Lighting in Pictures and Video

Allen Street's Christmas Tree was illuminated on Friday night, a full 41 days before Christmas. Check out the sights and sounds of the festive night.

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