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Day: November 19, 2014

Pennsylvania Congressmen Ask NCAA to Release More Documents

Sixteen of the 18 U.S. representatives from Pennsylvania sent a letter to the NCAA today, calling on the organization to release all documents that led to the formulation of the Penn State sanctions and consent decree. All U.S. representatives from Pennsylvania except for Tim Murphy (R-18) and the outgoing-Allyson Schwartz (D-13) signed the letter.

Residence Halls to Open Early for Michigan State Game

Penn State students living on campus who want to go to Saturday's football game or are just jonesin' to get back to State College a couple of days early are in luck. Penn State announced today that all residence halls will open two days early in order to accommodate the Penn State-Michigan State game on Saturday.

State Judge Rules Against NCAA’s Plea for Privilege

It's apparently going to be harder for the National Collegiate Athletic Association to keep certain conversations out of the public eye.

Franklin Eighth-Highest Paid NCAA Football Coach After Raise

James Franklin, who will earn upwards of $4.5 million this year, is the eighth-highest paid NCAA football coach in the country.

GNC To Replace Snappy’s On College Avenue

A permit on the window of 200 E. College Ave. confirms the health and wellness store will go in Snappy's former location.

Men’s College Cup Preview: Penn State v. Hartwick

Despite a late-season swoon, Penn State has a favorable matchup in their first College Cup game. If they can pull it all together, a deep run is possible.

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