The Nittany Lions (12-2, 0-1) lost 89-72, despite a 29 point scoring outburst by D.J. Newbill, in a game nobody expected them to win. After a streak of hot shooting to begin the game, Penn State’s woeful second half start opened the door for the Badgers (13-1, 1-0) to jump ahead for good, ending the Lions’ impressive 10 game winning streak.
As we look (hopefully) fondly upon 2014 and all that it entailed, let us take a moment to reflect on the year's events in Happy Valley. From new leaders to disgruntled employees, State College has seen its fair share of thrills and bewilderments throughout these past 12 months. We've compiled a list of the biggest events, and present to you the Penn State 2014 recap -- in an interactive timeline.
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