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Drew Balis

Drew is a senior marketing major. This fall, he will be covering Penn State Football for Onward State. He is a huge Philadelphia sports fan and loves THON and Domonic Brown.

McGloin Named NFL Rookie of the Week

The former Penn State record setting quarterback took home Pepsi Rookie of the Week honors following his impressive first NFL start that resulted in a 28-23 win for the Oakland Raiders on the road against the Houston Texans.

Will Adrian Amos Play Some Snaps at Linebacker?

Two themes have bit constant topics of conversation concerning Penn State’s defense throughout the offseason, and both were on again discussed at Big Ten Media Days.

Willis and Carson Talk Differences Between Butler and Roof

He has yet to coach a game in his new role as defensive coordinator, but two of his senior leaders like what they see from John Butler so far.

Malcolm Willis: “It’s Still Us Against The World”

Malcolm Willis does not field nearly as many questions about the NCAA sanctions as he did at this time last year, but he insists Penn State’s rallying cry remains the same.

“It’s still us against the world,” said the senior safety Thursday morning at Big Ten Media Days in Chicago. “That’s still our mentality.”

Big Ten Media Days [Live Coverage]

Greetings from the Windy City where the 2013 version of Big Ten Media Days is set to take place inside the Hilton Chicago hotel over the next two days. As the event unfolds, this page will be constantly updated to bring you the most comprehensive Media Days coverage including coaches press conferences, player interviews, pictures, tweets, and recap articles.

John Urschel Outlines Four Life Lessons for Success

John Urschel started off with a joke and exited the stage to a standing ovation. Speaking on behalf of the players at the 42nd annual Big Ten Kickoff luncheon, the All-Big Ten right guard and 4.0 mathematics student encouraged fellow players to maximize their time as student-athletes and to not let the privilege go to waste.

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