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The Penn State Marching Blue Band, Like You Have Never Seen Them Before

The Blue Band, in it's 114th year, boasts 305 members, including Ryan Simpson, a four year member of the band. Simpson, a senior marketing major from Perkasie, serves as president of the Blue Band as well as a rank leader. As the percussion guide for bass drums, Simpson is in charge of making sure the line moves in unison and hits its marks.

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McGloin Still Feeling It a Day After His NFL Starting Debut

Monday was the first day after Matt McGloin’s first day as a starting – and victorious – NFL quarterback.
And although it was after 9 o’clock on the West Coast when we connected, McGloin had just finished dinner. β€œIt’s been,” he said without complaint, β€œa hectic day.”

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Matt McGloin Continues to Defy the Odds

ALAMEDA – Matt McGloin played starting quarterback for the first time as a professional on Wednesday, in practice. It’s conceivable that could continue through Sunday, on the road, against the Houston Texans. It could also be an ever-so-brief cameo.

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1,000 Reps to Redemption

The Penn State Nittany Lions could have wallowed in self-pity. But strength coach Craig Fitzgerald insisted on sweat instead.

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Rate Hike for Downtown State College Parking

Parking in downtown State College is going to cost you more money. Until now, parking on the street after 6 p.m. was free. But starting in August, you'll have to feed the meters between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.

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PSU Grads Enjoy Success at Golf Majors

Green, at least during the summertime, envelops State College. The mountains just beyond the roads, Old Main's lawn, the myriad T-shirts leftover from State Patty's Day -- they're all green. Green splashes so much of this town that the greenest and most lush part of the spectrum is likely to go unnoticed, this particular area being an acre or so on the northeastern edge of campus.

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