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Month: June 2018

How The NCAA’s New Redshirt Rule Affects Penn State

The ability to utilize players in up to four games in a season without burning their redshirt is a major boon for the Nittany Lions.

Freshman Offensive Tackle Nana Asiedu Announces Career-Ending Heart Condition

Nana Asiedu, the true freshman tackle from Virginia, will be forced to retire early due to a heart condition.

Saquon Barkley Fulfills Lifelong Promise To Buy His Parents A House

Barkley achieved his lifelong dream of buying his parents their own house shortly after beginning his NFL career.


Freshman 101: Eating Downtown

Downtown State College has a massive selection of restaurants to choose from for the nights when you're sick of the dining halls.

USA Today Ranks McSorley Top Quarterback Ahead Of 2018 Season

After a pair of tough losses at Ohio State and Michigan State crushed Penn State's 2017 playoff dreams, McSorley will be back with a new story to write in 2018.

Superior Court Denies Spanier’s Appeal

The Superior Court concluded Spanier's "assertions of error lack merit" and affirmed the previous judgment of sentence.

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