Day: September 2, 2015

The History Of The Penn State-Temple Football “Rivalry”

As Penn State football prepares to take on Temple this Saturday, we take a retrospective glimpse at the head-to-head history of the two proud Pennsylvania-based teams.

Top Replacement Players For Penn State In 2015

Penn State experienced a relatively low turnover rate from 2014 to 2015, but certain positions lost crucial starters to graduation or the NFL Draft. Player turnover is a natural phase in the college football ecosystem – as unfortunate as it may be, it’s simply unavoidable. Luckily for James Franklin and his staff, the draft bug was relatively kind to his roster, making way for what should be a smooth transition. Let's take a look at some of the new faces taking on larger roles for Penn State in 2015.

Penn State Lunar Lion Withdraws From Google Lunar XPRIZE Competition

Despite withdrawing from Google's Lunar XPRIZE competition, there is little discouragement for the Lunar Lion program: the crew plans to be brushing moon dust off their equipment within the decade.

Bill O’Brien Turning Profanity Into Charity

It's no secret that Houston Texans Bill O'Brien boasts a rather, err, colorful vocabulary. Though his mother might disapprove of her son's language choice, he seems to have found way to put it to good use. O'Brien implemented a "swear jar," and vowed to make a donation to the Texans Foundation after his profanity use is added up.

State Of State Committee Applications Now Available

Committee member applications are now available on our website, Applications are due September 7 by 5 p.m.

Bolstered By Offensive Improvements, Christian Hackenberg Is Poised For His Third Season Opener

Hackenberg again will begin his season at a neutral site, but he should feel comfortable handling the first game jitters.

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