One easy way for a college football program to get additional national exposure is through primetime broadcasts. For Penn State, being visible on television is one key to navigating through the remaining sanctions years. Naturally, head coach Bill O’Brien would like to play more night games.
Twelve different programs participate in Big Ten Media Days in Chicago, and each one comes with a different set of circumstances and issues for the upcoming season, but one topic seemed to relate to all conference coaches during Wednesday’s session.
The NCAA recently revealed a new rule where a player can be immediately ejected from a game for targeting a defenseless player above the shoulders.
One of Penn State’s best football players is spending his summer working in the realm of a different sport.
When he’s not working out, middle linebacker Glenn Carson is enjoying a marketing internship with the State College Spikes.
If Bill O’Brien is stressed about the upcoming season, he didn’t show it this afternoon in front of hundreds of reporters in Chicago at the 42nd annual Big Ten Media Days.
A unique game site is bound to present some unusual challenges in terms of logistics and travel.
That is something the Penn State football program will be facing as it prepares for its trip to Ireland to open the 2014 season against Central Florida on August 30th.
Those wondering why Allen Robinson has not appeared on any preseason award watch lists need no longer complain.
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