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Latest loss drops Nittany Lions to 3-14 in Big Ten

Ohio State freshman D'Angelo Russell scored 28 points as the Buckeyes ran away from Penn State in the second half, beating the Nittany Lions 77-67 at the Bryce Jordan Center in State Coll

03/04/2015 - 22:15
Leah Nxumalo
Nittany Lions shoot just 27 percent in blowout loss

Penn State‬ shot 27 percent from the field and 29 percent from the free throw line as Northwestern throttled the Nittany Lions 60-39 in Evanston on Saturday.‬

02/21/2015 - 20:12
Emily Stock
When describing Woodland Hills junior running back Miles Sanders, recruiting pundits, WPIAL coaches and high school football writers typically use superlatives like “fast,” “talented,” and “explosive,” or descriptive phrases such as “big-playmaker” and “player to lose sleep over.”

After rushing for 1,163 yards and 17 touchdowns, while averaging 8.3 yards-per-carry, Sanders finds himself ranked as the top junior in Pennsylvania and the third-best tailback in the nation by Riv

02/04/2015 - 01:52
Leah Nxumalo
The Class of 2015: PSR Top 25. Headlined by Central Valley playmaker Jordan Whitehead, Pennsylvania's Class of 2015 have made plans to attend 13 different programs.

It was a banner recruiting year, at least on paper, for Penn State coach James Franklin. Ten of PSR's top 25 seniors are headed to Penn State.

02/03/2015 - 18:50
Tony DeFazio
After three seasons of reduced scholarships and bowl bans, James Franklin has Penn State football back on track in the recruiting arena.

As the 2015 National Signing Day approached, the Nittany Lions touted the 13th ranked recruiting class nationally, according to Lions247.

01/29/2015 - 11:43
Connor Whooley
Nittany Lions get first conference win of the season

Penn State won their first Big Ten game of the season, shooting 51 percent and forcing 16 turnovers in a 79-51 blowout over Rutgers at the Bryce Jordan Center Saturday afternoon.

01/24/2015 - 15:03
Tony DeFazio
Penn State surrendered a nine-point second half lead, wasting a 37-point performance from DJ Newbill, and fell to 0-5 in the Big Ten after an 84-77 overtime loss to Purdue.

PITTSBURGH, PA - In a Saturday afternoon Big 10 matchup at the Bryce Jordan Center, it was a race to break losing streaks for both the Nittany Lions and the visiting Purdue Boilerm

01/17/2015 - 17:55
Emily Stock
At the beginning of the 2014 season, James Franklin had just taken over for Bill O’Brien as the head coach Penn State football.

Though expectations were high, the team was ineligible for postseason play, as the program was still under NCAA sanctions.

01/12/2015 - 00:34
Connor Whooley
D.J. Newbill scored 20 points but the rest of the Penn State starting five shot a combined 4-20 as the Nittany Lions fell to 0-3 in the Big Ten after a 73-64 loss to Michigan at the Bryce Jordan Center Tuesday night.

The Nittany Lions (12-4) returned home in hopes of gaining a win against Michigan (9-6) after a disappointing 0-2 road series (losing to No.4 Wisconsin and Rutgers), but they were unsuccessful.

01/06/2015 - 22:21
Leah Nxumalo
Christian Hackenberg's fourth touchdown pass of the game—following a Boston College missed extra point—gave Penn State a 31-30 win in the Pinstripe Bowl Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

BRONX, NY -- Sam Ficken’s career at Yankee Stadium ended much like Derek Jeter’s, with a walk-off.

12/27/2014 - 21:43
Connor Whooley
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The Steelers started the offseason by signing franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to a significant contact extension. A day before training camp opened, they capped the offseason by extending the contract of general manger Kevin Colbert.
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There is a dynamic duo on the Pittsburgh sports scene, but they’re not playing at PNC Park. They play high school football in Pittsburgh’s City League. Brothers Timothy and James Jackson of Allderdice Dragons may be two of the most dangerous weapons in western Pennsylvania this fall.
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Todd Haley is entering his fourth season as the Steelers' offensive coordinator. After a bumpy start to his tenure in Pittsburgh, Haley directed one of the most explosive offenses in team history in 2014.
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Time moves faster in the NFL. Players seem to age more rapidly and rosters turn over more quickly than in any other sport. Nowhere else is this more evident than the Steelers defense, where nine of 2011’s opening day starters are no longer with the team.
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Pitt football’s forgettable Paul Chryst era ended at 19-20 when the Madison native returned to Wisconsin to coach the Badgers, leaving the program in the same state of mediocrity in which he found it.
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On the heels of a dismal 4-8 season in 2013—and seated firmly upon the hotseat—head coach Dana Holgorsen was able to steer the West Virginia football program back in the right direction in 2014.
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In western Pennsylvania, football is the sport that the natives follow most closely, and with two major programs, Pitt and Penn State, most of the attention is divided among the two of them.
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Stepping into Beaver Stadium sporting traditional, nameless navy blue and white jerseys, Penn State football intends to chase a championship under second-year head coach James Franklin.
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