Day: March 26, 2018


An Early Look At Penn State Football’s Offensive Depth Chart

Many of Franklin’s former highly-rated recruits will get their first taste of real game time this season, and how quickly they adapt to the collegiate level will determine the Nittany Lions' success.


Video Evidence The Focus As Beta Theta Pi Hearing Continues

As day two got under way for a second preliminary hearing for 11 of the former Beta Theta Pi members facing charges in connection with Piazza's February 2017 death, video evidence from inside the now-banned Penn State fraternity house was the focus.

Sandusky Scandal

Barry Levinson Equates Anticipated Penn State Reaction To ‘Paterno’ To Students’ Riots

"How will they respond to [the film] if their emotions are going to play as opposed to some of the other ways to look at it in the cool light of day?"

Meet UPUA’s 13th Assembly Candidates: At-Large Representatives

Because there's only one executive ticket in the race (President Cody Heaton and Vice President Laura McKinney), we wanted to spotlight each representative candidate this year by asking them a few questions about why they're running.


Bill O’Brien Returning to Happy Valley to Speak at High School Coaches’ Clinic

In the 2012 and 2013 seasons, O'Brien guided the Nittany Lions to a 15-9 record despite sanctions, highlighted by a signature four-overtime White Out victory against Michigan, before he left for the NFL.


Penn State Fencing Finishes Fourth At NCAA Championships

The Nittany Lions tacked on two All-Americans in the men's competition Saturday and Sunday. Penn State already had four All-Americans, including sabre national title runner-up Zara Moss, in the women's competition Thursday and Friday.

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