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Mitch Stewart

Mitch is a sophomore majoring in Broadcast Journalism. Despite growing up in Roanoke, VA (Redskins/Nationals country), he is an avid Dallas Cowboys and New York Mets fan. In addition to being an editor for Onward State, Mitch loves to watch sports, talk about sports on PSU CommRadio, and tries his hardest to avoid the agony that being a Mets fan brings. To contact Mitch, feel free to send him an e-mail at [email protected], and if you really don't value your social media accounts, follow him and his garbage opinions on Twitter @mitchystew.

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2018 Center Tolu Jacobs Yaffa Decommits From Penn State Basketball

Prior to re-opening his recruitment, the prospect received offers from more than a dozen other teams, including Butler, Cal, Nevada, San Diego State, and Stanford.

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Know Your Enemy: No. 4 Penn State Hoops vs. No. 1 Notre Dame

The Fighting Irish do two things very well: spread shooters around their star player and avoid committing fouls. Notre Dame's the best in the country with fouls, averaging just more than 12 fouls per game.

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Penn State Basketball Ready For In-State NIT Clash With Temple

The Nittany Lions may not have ended up in the postseason tournament they were hoping for, but Pat Chambers is excited for the opportunity to improve his team against in-state foe Temple on Wednesday.

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Penn State Basketball Earns NIT Invite, Its First Postseason Bid Since 2014

The Nittany Lions are back in the NIT for the first time since 2009, when it defeated Baylor in the NIT Championship Game.

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Comparing Penn State Basketball To Other Teams On The NCAA Tournament Bubble

The Nittany Lions stack up much better than you might think against its competition on the NCAA Tournament Bubble.

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Penn State Basketball Runs Out Of Gas, Falls 78-70 To Purdue In Big Ten Semifinals

The Nittany Lions didn't have enough energy left in the second half of this semifinal, as Purdue made 54 percent of its shots compared to Penn State's 34 percent performance.

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