Penn State News
Penn State’s embattled offensive line might be getting a boost as early as Saturday’s game against Ohio State. (read more)
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Penn State's board plans next week to discuss the Freeh Report, a document regarding the school's response to the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal that has divided the university and its alumni since it was issued more than two years ago. (read more)
Photo: Tony Ding/AP, License: N/A James Franklin reads enough newspapers, and follows-up with enough blogs and websites, to know confidence isn’t exactly high that Penn State can turn things around this season. (read more)
Myles Hartsfield’s Penn State career is over, before it even began. According to several published reports, Penn State coaches decided Monday they would no longer extend a scholarship to Hartsfield, a three-star defensive back prospect from Sayreville War Memorial High School in New Jersey, the school embroiled in the ongoing hazing and sexual abuse scandal. (read more)
When Penn State has the ball Offensive line vs. Defensive line The million dollar question in Happy Valley is how much better the offensive line could possibly have gotten during the bye week. (read more)
Radio/TV Penn State (4-1, 1-1 Big Ten) at Michigan (2-4, 0-2 Big Ten), 7 p.m., Michigan Stadium Series: Michigan leads, 10-7. TV: The game will be aired on ESPN2. Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore and Jessica Mendoza (sideline) have the call. (read more)
Photo: Bill Kostroun/AP, License: N/A, Created: 2013:08:31 17:57:15 The last time he saw Michigan, everything changed. He went into that game as a starting cornerback. He left it as a backup. He went into that game struggling to find his rhythm at a new position. (read more)
Michigan State’s defense might be the Big Ten’s best, and it played a big role early in helping the Spartans win last week’s key Big Ten West Division matchup against previously unbeaten Nebraska. (read more)
Photo: Jason Plotkin/AP, License: N/A Penn State has nobody to play and a lot to do. Welcome to perhaps the most critical week of the Nittany Lions’ young season. (read more)
The tough questions were coming, and as bravely as he faced them, Angelo Mangiro had to know he’d be powerless to stop them. Did Penn State’s offensive line start a turnaround with its domination of Massachusetts? (read more)
Jesse James described the feeling of watching his quarterback, Christian Hackenberg, get hit in one word. “Sickening,” the junior tight end said. (read more)
Game Balls OFFENSE QB Trevor Siemian, Northwestern The Wildcats quarterback had an efficient, if not spectacular game, throwing for 258 yards and rushing for two first-quarter touchdowns — and another in the fourth — that put Penn State in a hole it didn’ (read more)
Photo: Gene J. Puskar/AP, License: N/A, Created: 2014:09:27 13:08:55 It’s time to worry about Christian Hackenberg. Forget the fact Saturday, a 29-6 loss to Northwestern, was nothing short of a defeat that even those who conceded Penn State should have been on upset alert against the Wildcats had to admit was stunning in its scope. (read more)
Photo: Gene J. Puskar/AP, License: N/A, Created: 2014:09:27 13:10:24 STATE COLLEGE — Nyeem Wartman has battled injury as much as he has opponents, it seems, during his brief career at Penn State. (read more)
UNIVERSITY PARK — Trevor Siemian ran for three touchdowns and passed for 258 yards to lead Northwestern past Penn State, 29-6, on Saturday. (read more)