Tom Bradley

What Wisconsin nabbing Pitt’s Paul Chryst means for Penn State

All indications this morning are Wisconsin has found their replacement for Oregon State-bound Gary Andersen. The Badgers appear ready to welcome home one of their own, Paul Chryst. Chryst, of course, has coached the last three seasons in western Pennsylvania as the head coach at Pittsburgh. The Panthers now are about to enter yet another […]

Penn State spring football game

Transfer QB U: Penn State QB Michael O’Connor transferring

Penn State has seen a number of quarterbacks transfer out of the program over the years. Forget about the rumors Christian Hackenberg may be looking for a new playing home. Instead, one of his backups is leaving the program. Michael O’Connor is the next one out the door in State College. The former four-star recruit […]

Yankee Stadium

Pinstripe Bowl victory Wiki predicts for thee

Penn State is heading to the Pinstripe Bowl to take on Boston College at the end of the month. The game should be a fun one and will surely see some energy in the northeast corner of the state. Boston College, coached by former Temple head coach Steve Addazio, will be a tough team for Penn […]

Brady Hoke and Bo Pelini

The Big Ten needs good coaching hires at Michigan and Nebraska

This year’s edition of the coaching carousel may be one of the more important ones for the state of the Big Ten in some time. Perhaps even more important than when Ohio State and Penn State were conducting job searches at the same time, with Ohio State landing Urban Meyer and Penn State hiring Bill […]

Mike Hull

Penn State LB Mike Hull given top LB award by Talking 10

With the conclusion of the Big Ten’s regular season this weekend, awards season is now in full swing. Our friends over at Talking 10, an independent Big Ten oriented site, got the ball rolling with their first annual batch of individual awards, including some recognition for Penn State linebacker Mike Hull. Hull was named the […]

Bob Shoop

Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop nominated for Broyles Award

Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop has been nominated for the Broyles Award. The award goes to the nation’s top assistant coach in college football. No Penn Sate assistant coach has won the award since it was first introduced in 1996. Shoop’s case will have some legs to stand on considering how well Penn State’s […]

Nittany Lions prepare for a trip to Charleston

The Penn State Nittany Lions will face off against the Charlotte 49ers on Thursday in the Gildan Charleston Classic. The Charleston Classic does not have any ranked teams participating this year, but it is certainly a deep tournament with several teams that will be in the thick of the race for a 2015 NCAA Tournament […]

Mike Hull

Mike Hull’s absence proves Butkus Award as much a popularity contest as any

Today the semifinalists for the Butkus Award were announced, and Penn State linebacker Mike Hull was not among the 15 players considered for the top linebacker award. After watching Hull put together 19 tackles in a double overtime game against Ohio State Saturday night, Hull’s absence from the semifinalist list seems to be a bit […]


How confident are Ohio State fans? A Q&A with The Buckeye Battle Cry

Penn State is hosting Ohio State Saturday night in Beaver Stadium. The Buckeyes will roll into the game riding a nice little winning streak that has seen blowout victory after blowout victory over Kent State, Cincinnati, Maryland and Rutgers. Penn State’s defense will be put to the test as Ohio State comes into the game […]

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Penn State football tickets 49% above average with OSU coming to town

The Ohio State Buckeyes (5-1), who rank No. 13 in the most recent AP Poll, will look for their fifth straight win as they travel to Happy Valley to face the Penn State Nittany Lions (4-2). Ohio State is coming off a convincing 56-17 home victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.  Quarterback J.T. Barrett threw […]