July 19 — Miles Sanders already has had a productive high school football career, and he hasn't even begun his junior year.
James Franklin's push into SEC country has led to a new name on Penn State's schedule.
Players tend to groan at the mention of it. The strength coach? He can't suppress a smile.It's just a simple sand pit. But Dwight Galt loves the thing when it comes to getting Penn State players ready for the season.
There's no reason to dance around it. Penn State's new offense needs someone who can stretch the defense. And right now, there's no better candidate than Eugene Lewis.
Rob Bolden's stay in the Bayou is apparently over. The Times-Picayune/NOLA.com, along with several other LSU sources, reported today that the one-time blue chip QB will transfer.
STATE COLLEGE — The scooter Ben Kline was riding wasn't going to get the job done. The Penn State linebacker was much more at home after commandeering a full-blown equipment cart to tear around the turf and direct the action.
That most impressive of milestones is right on the horizon for Penn State's Lift For Life.
Two words, spoken two years ago, have followed Jesse James ever since.Penn State's top tight end received perhaps the most impressive bit of public praise from Bill O'Brien.
The ongoing and exhausting legal battle between the Paterno family and the NCAA doesn't look like it'll be ending any time soon.
Penn State's roster got it's official mid-summer update earlier this week as 30 new names — 20 scholarship players and 10 walk-ons — arrived on campus to begin their college careers.
The reinforcements are on their way.The bulk of Penn State's critical 2014 recruiting class is just now arriving in Happy Valley to get acclimated before the second summer session of classes begins.