Penn State Football
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.
Former Penn State All-American and Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Jack Ham joins Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Moments after breaking the news of the NCAA’s potentially “unprecedented” penalties against Penn State, CBS News investigative reporter Armen Keteyian joined Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Troy Clardy.
It’s hard to believe it was only six months ago this week — November 2011 — that Penn State was simply getting ready for their game against 19th-ranked Nebraska, Joe Paterno was talking about coming back for a 47th season and the world was only beginning to realize the scope of the horrors of the allegations against Jerry Sandusky.
Last week, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that Penn State Head Football Coach Bill O’Brien said he would like to see the Penn State/Pitt Football rivalry become an annual event again.
New Penn State Fooball head coach, Bill O’Brien joined 93.7 The Fan for the Spring Football Preview Show with Gregg Giannotti, Paul Alexander, and Paul Zeise.
Bill O’Brien, the new head football coach at Penn State University, joined The Fan Morning Show Friday to discuss his transition from the Super Bowl to recruiting for his first season in Happy Valley.
Former Penn State quarterback Chuck Fusina told that The Fan Morning Show that he has instilled lessons he learned from Joe Paterno in his own children.
Shane Conlan, Penn State Linebacker from 1982-86 and winner two National Championships, joined The Fan Morning Show on Monday to share his memories of Joe Paterno.
Reflecting on Joe Paterno’s life and death, Tom Bradley told the Fan Morning Show: “He could get people to be better than they thought they could be.”
As the sexual assault scandal surrounding former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky continues to escalate, both alumni and current students at the school are speaking out about the allegations and the response by head coach Joe Paterno.
For all the speculation over the past year regarding Joe Paterno and this being possibly his last season coaching Penn State, I wonder what the odds would have been if your choice of options included a scenario where he was connected to a child sex abuse scandal surrounding one of his former assistants?
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- It appears as though running back Stephfon Green will be playing this season for Penn State after all. According to his Twitter account, Green said that “Just glad everything worked out and im […]
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Joe Paterno and Penn State have landed #2 ranked prospect in the state of Connecticut. Malik Golden (Cheshire, Conn.) chose Penn State over Boston College, Connecticut and Iowa. Golden, who was a 3-star […]