Day: December 15, 2014

Alumni Trustees Rightfully Lambaste Absent Board Majority

Penn State’s leadership undertook another exercise in futility at the Board of Trustees’ special meeting today, and most of it didn’t even show up! Only nine of 32 trustees attended the board’s meeting at the Penn Stater that was meant to discuss enjoining Penn State as a plaintiff in Sen. Jake Corman’s lawsuit against the NCAA. Because […]

Witnesses Revealed as Corman, McCord, NCAA & Penn State Head for Trial

With their courtroom battle set to go before a judge in little more than two weeks, attorneys for Pennsylvania State Sen. Jake Corman, Treasurer Rob McCord, the NCAA and Penn State are laying out their legal strategies -- for what could be a revealing look at the events and decisions that led to the controversial sanctions that rocked the Nittany Nation.

Penn State Basketball Receives AP Votes; March Madness Projections

The Associated Press, Coaches' Poll and CBS Sports' Bracketology all believe the Nittany Lions' fast start is no fluke.

No. 20 Penn State Hockey Receives Its First-Ever Ranking

The No. 20 Nittany Lions received their first ever ranking in this week's USCHO Poll after a 9-4-2 start and holding first place in the Big Ten standings.

$12 Million Upgrades to Football Facilities May Come Soon

Massive changes may be coming soon to the Lasch Football Building, to the tune of $12 million.

Four Penn Staters Added to ESPN’s B1G All-Freshman Team

Four Penn State freshman were named to ESPN's end of season all-freshman team.

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