It’s was a day of new beginnings on Saturday for the major college football programs in our region, but none is getting more attention than Penn State.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) The new era at Penn State is off to a disappointing start. The Nittany Lions let an 11-point halftime lead slip away and Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton accounted for three second-half touchdowns to hand Bill O’Brien a 24-14 loss in his debut as Penn State head coach.
Students are looking forward to the start of a new era. They are focusing on the positive and most of all, the players who stuck beside Penn State.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Penn State football beat writer Scott Brown joined The Fan Morning Show Friday to preview the Nittany Lions’ season opener, which comes after a notoriously tumultuous off-season for the program.
Attorneys for former Penn State University officials Tim Curley and Gary Schultz were in court Thursday morning to argue that perjury charges against their clients should be dismissed.
93-7 The Fan will have complete coverage of Thursday’s Penn State football media day.
Running back Silas Redd announced Tuesday that he will transfer from Penn State to Southern California.
According to multiple reports, Penn State lost two players to transfers Monday: quarterback Rob Bolden and safety Tim Buckley.
From near and far, mourners are gathering at Penn State for the first day of viewing for Joe Paterno. Two of Paterno’s five children appeared on “CBS This Morning” ahead of the viewing and memorial services to talk about their father’s legacy.
Hundreds of students gathered on Penn State’s campus for a candlelight vigil in memory of Joe Paterno Sunday night.
The Paterno legacy stretches beyond the Penn State University campus and beyond college football.
Former high school football coach Pat Tarquinio developed a friendship and a respect for Joe Paterno over the years.
While Pitt and Penn State have a storied rivalry, it did not prevent Joe Paterno and former Panthers coach Johnny Majors from being close off the field.
Legendary Penn State football coach, Joe Paterno has died at the age of 85.
Messages of support and condolences began pouring in shortly after the passing of Joe Paterno on Sunday.