Penn State Has Longshot Odds To Win College Football Playoff

If Penn State were to make an unlikely run at one of the four available spots in the College Football Playoff in the upcoming season, Las Vegas would be as surprised as anyone. Currently, the Nittany Lions are listed at 300-1 to be crowned national champions, tied with Louisville, South Carolina, Utah and West Virginia. […]


Talking 10 Power Poll: PSU debuts at No. 5

With college football getting started up in just a number of days, Talking 10 has assembled a preseason power ranking with the help of a panel of voters from around the Big Ten blogosphere. For a second straight season, I have been invited to cast a ballot each week. There will be a new ranking […]


Ex-Penn State QB Tyler Ferguson now an Ex-Louisville QB too

Tyler Ferguson is reportedly transferring out of Louisville When Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien added Tyler Ferguson to the roster in 2013, it was seen as a decent alternative to landed Jake Waters out of the junior college ranks. Waters ended up going to Kansas State instead of Penn State, but O’Brien adding Ferguson […]


Penn State Class of 2016: Four-star DT Karamo Dioubate joins the wild dogs

Penn State opens the 2015 season in the city of Philadelphia against Temple, but on Sunday Penn State already won a prize in the City of Brotherly Love. Defensive tackle Karamo Dioubate of Philadelphia Prep Charter committed to the Nittany Lions on Sunday, adding a four-star player to the defensive line. Dioubate is rated as […]


Morning Cup of Joe – PSU dismisses freshman and Michigan Stadium was in a pool

26 days and counting… Over the weekend Penn State announced with a brief, one-sentence statement through email the program has dismissed freshman linebacker Daiquan Kelly. The reason for the dismissal was simply explained as a violation of team rules, which tends to serve up more questions that it answers. Alas, the news was surprising and suggests […]


Penn State dismisses Class of 2015 LB Daiquan Kelly

One of the key additions to Penn State’s Class of 2015 has been dismissed from the program. On Saturday morning the Penn State athletics department sent out a brief statement announcing freshman linebacker Daiquan Kelly has been dismissed from the program due to a violation of team rules. The reason for the dismissal is unknown […]


Morning Cup of Joe: James Franklin goes through the carwash

31 days and counting… Penn State coach James Franklin spent a good chunk of his Tuesday making the rounds on ESPN’s campus in Bristol. From the bits and pieces I got a chance to see, and I admit it wasn’t much due to some conflicting plans, it seemed like most of the usual stuff you […]


Morning Cup of Joe: Penn State basketball has its day in the sun

32 days and counting… I like to be honest with anyone who reads this site. If you are looking for thoughts on Penn State basketball, this is not the place to go. I’ll stick to Penn State football on this corner of the Internet. That said, I did find it rather interesting to see Penn […]


Morning Cup of Joe: One month closer to Penn State vs. Temple

33 days and counting… We flipped the page on our wall calendars this weekend, that is if any of you still use a wall calendar. We have now moved from July to August to bring us one month closer to the start of Penn State’s football season. Your Nittany Lions will open the new season […]

Nittany Lion Sports Radio app is on Apple’s iTunes Store

Download the Nittany Lion Sports Radio in iTunes

If you have an Apple device then you can now download the brand new Nittany Lion Sports Radio app from VSporto. Downloading the app allows you to listen to the Nittany Lions Den Podcast and all of the other great shows on the network focusing squarely on the Nittany Lions any time. On demand Penn State audio commentary at your fingertips. And it’s free!

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Top 10 Power-5 Opponents for future Penn State schedules

The Big Ten has a new scheduling commitment among athletic directors that will call for no more games against FCS opponents as well as the addition of one opponent from a power conference every season, starting in 2016. Penn State currently meets that commitment with power conference opponents from 2016-2019 with Pittsburgh, 2020 and 2025 […]


How will Penn State fulfill new Big Ten scheduling commitment?

Big Ten’s new scheduling commitment is good for fans, even better for TV. How will Penn State fulfill its new scheduling obligations? Anyone who has followed Penn State football for as long as I have been paying attention has likely discussed Penn State’s relatively weak approach to non-conference scheduling at one point or another. In […]


Morning Cup of Joe – Big Ten media day is here

Things get started today in Chicago The annual gathering of Big Ten coaches, players and media in Chicago opens today. The two-day event gets underway with Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Maryland, Iowa, Indiana and Illinois sending their coaches and players through the media circuits. That means we’ll hear from Urban Meyer, Mark Dantonio, Randy Edsall […]