Penn State football players Allen Robinson and Bill Belton sent fear into any Penn State fan on Twitter last night who forgot what day it was. The duo, with some help from other members of the "Supa Six," sent the Nittany Nation Twittersphere into pandemonium last night with a series of terrifying Tweets indicating that the pair was transferring.
The Nittany Lions have crawled out to a 5-15 overall record so far this year. Today, they host their first conference series of the season this weekend against Purdue. Today's first pitch is slated for 4:05 p.m., while Saturday and Sunday's games begin at 2:05 p.m. and 1:05 p.m., respectively.
While fans might look for this year’s version of Allen Robinson or Zach Zwinak to seemingly come out of nowhere and assume a major role, there are several under the radar players to look for to make major contributions for Penn State in 2013.
Just days after the Penn State men's basketball season came to an end, fans are already getting a glimpse at next year's non-conference slate. It was confirmed in a press release that the Nittany Lions will be a part of the field for the 2013 Barclays Center Classic in Brooklyn on November 29-30, joining Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, and St. John's.
For the third time in three-and-a-half weeks, Penn State will square off with the No. 6 Wolverines yet again in the first round of the Big Ten tournament at 2:30 p.m. in Chicago on the Big Ten Network.
Penn State guards Jermaine Marshall and D.J. Newbill were named 2012-13 All-Big Ten honorable mention by the Big Ten media and coaches. The pair averaged 32.6 points per game, making them the Big Ten's second highest scoring tandem.