Month: December 2015
Interim offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne praised the group around him while Chris Godwin named Saeed Blacknall as his breakout candidate for the TaxSlayer Bowl.
The Lady Lions captured a much-needed upset over No. 14 Northwestern on the eve of 2016, taking down the Wildcats 79-72 behind a career-high 27 points from Teniya Paige.
Despite losing star running back Nick Chubb early in the season, the Georgia Bulldogs’ rushing attack and defense are among the nation’s best.
The Penn State Blue Band began its trip to the TaxSlayer Bowl on Wednesday. “I can’t think of a better way to bring in the new year,” Blue Band President Pat Burke said of supporting Penn State football alongside the Lionettes and Penn State cheerleaders.
For our final Director profile of 2015, we sat down with Volunteer Safety Director Molly Twohig to learn the in’s and out’s of the security-focused side of R&R and what got her to apply for the position in the first place.
Penn State started off its Big Ten schedule with a close loss to No. 4 Maryland. The Terps’ Diamond Stone lit up the Lions for 38 points while his team came back from multiple deficits.