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Day: September 5, 2015

No. 1 Penn State Women’s Volleyball Downs No. 2 Stanford In Front Of 6,000+ At Rec Hall

The utter catastrophe that was Penn State football's deflating season-opening loss against Temple probably dampened the spirits of Nittany Lion supporters everywhere. Luckily, football wasn't the only sport being played on Saturday. The No. 1 ranked Penn State women's volleyball team took on No. 2 Stanford in a heavyweight clash in front of a packed house at Rec Hall. The Nittany Lions lived up to the ranking, erasing the Cardinal in straight sets in what turned out to be the team's best collective performance of the 2015 season thus far.

From Bad To Worse: Starting Linebacker Wartman-White Out For Season With Injury

Nobody expected good news when James Franklin walked into the Lincoln Financial Field press room. But subtly, in the middle of his opening remarks, Franklin slipped in eight crippling words, spoken as if he thought it was old news. "And we lost Nyeem Wartman for the season."

No. 7 Women’s Soccer Falls To No. 12 West Virginia, 1-0

The No. 7 Penn State women's soccer team was dubbed one of the premier fall sports to watch in Happy Valley. Ranked in the top-10 during the preseason, the Nittany Lions started the year well, going 3-0-through the first four home games. Traveling from home for the first time, the women's soccer team took to Morgantown, WV, to take on the No. 12 West Virginia Mountaineers to keep its unbeaten streak alive.

Offensive Line Doesn’t Show Improvement, Allows Ten Sacks

Temple recorded the most sacks in a single game by any AAC team ever. How did this go so wrong?

Temple Shocks Penn State In Deflating 27-10 Season-Opening Loss

The Owls were expected to keep it close and competitive, but that wasn't the case -- they won and it came in near-blowout fashion.

Former Players Critical Of Playcalling On Social Media

The metaphorical tire-fire all of you have been forced to endure has probably made you feel a litany of emotions -- most of which include anger, disgust, confusion, and rage. Penn State's inept showing in a game in which it was favored shouldn't have made you feel any different, but at least you're not alone! A number of notable Penn State alumni -- including Allen Robinson, Anthony Adams, and Donovan Smith -- took to social media to voice their displeasure about the team's lackluster performance, with the majority of the criticism centering around the team's egregious play calling.

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