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Cammeron Woodyard scored 17 points and Tim Frazier had 12 points and 9 assists to lead Penn State to a 54-52 upset win over No. 25 Illinois in a nationally televised battle from the Bryce Jordan Center in Happy Valley on Thursday night.

Penn State played from the start like they had something to prove: at 9-10 and 1-5 in Big Ten play, they were looking to end their losing skid at three games.

01/19/2012 - 23:19
Ashley Barnett
Despite a career-high 22 points from senior Cammeron Woodyard and 20 from junior Tim Frazier, Penn State shot just 30 percent and lost to Minnesota 80-66 Sunday afternoon in the Bryce Jordan Center.

Penn State struggled through its worst home shooting night of the season and couldn’t capitalize on 11 steals and 17 Gopher turnovers as Minnesota left with an 80-66 victory Sunday afternoon in the

01/15/2012 - 22:52
PSR Staff
Roof named defensive coordinator, Philadelphia native Butler to coach secondary

Penn State head football coach Bill O’Brien has completed his defensive coaching staff with the appointments of Ted Roof as defensive coordinator and John Butler as secondary coach.

01/13/2012 - 17:55
PSR Staff
Penn State staff has extensive college and NFL experience; two BCS national titles in past 10 years

Penn State head football coach Bill O’Brien today announced six members of his first coaching staff, bringing together a unit with extensive collegiate and National Football League experience.

01/12/2012 - 18:41
PSR Staff
In its first game in Lincoln, Neb. since the 1995 NIT and first since the Huskers joined the Big Ten conference, Penn State got a career-high 30 points from Tim Frazier but fell, 70-58, to Nebraska.

The Huskers shot 55 percent for the game to hold a double-digit lead for much of the game over a Penn State team that hit just 33 percent and had only Frazier reach double-digits in scoring.

01/12/2012 - 00:34
PSR Staff
Despite a barrage of 16 3-pointers and 67 percent shooting from the arc by No. 12 Indiana, Penn State fought valiantly and closed within two three times in the final minute before falling, 88-82, in front of a buzzing crowd at the Bryce Jordan Center Sunday.

The Hoosiers hit seven threes in a row in the first half and got 28 points on 7-of-9 from three from Jordan Hulls and 22 on 5-of-6 from three from Matt Roth to come within one trey of tying the Big

01/08/2012 - 20:19
PSR Staff
Penn State has selected Bill O’Brien, the New England Patriots offensive coordinator, as its 15th head football coach in its storied 125-year history.

O’Brien’s appointment was announced Friday evening by Penn State president Rodney Erickson and Dave Joyner, Acting Director of Athletics.

01/07/2012 - 01:35
PSR Staff
Billy Oliver scored 21 points on seven 3-pointers and Penn State stunned Purdue 65-45, holding the Boilermakers to an ice cold 31.9 percent shooting. Matt Glover collected 11 rebounds for the Nittany Lions.

Dominating from start to finish, the Penn State men's basketball team (9-7, 1-2 Big Ten) earned a 65-45 victory against Purdue (12-4, 2-1 Big Ten) Thursday night at the Bryce Jordan Center.

01/06/2012 - 00:07
PSR Staff
Crawford, Lynn, Still and Troutman set to play in Jan. 28 all-star game

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; January 5, 2012 – A quartet of Penn State standouts have accepted invitations to play in the 63rd Annual Senior Bowl on Saturday, January 28.

01/05/2012 - 22:27
PSR Staff
Case Keenum threw for 532 yards and three touchdowns as Houston rolled up an astounding 600 yards of offense in a 30-14 thumping of Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl in Dallas.

Penn State's roller coaster season ended with a thud as the Nittany Lions were unable to contain

01/02/2012 - 17:56
Tony DeFazio
It’s all starting to make sense. The Steelers have not made the playoffs the past two seasons. Those two years have seen the team part ways with players who were integral to a sustained run of success that resulted in a pair of Super Bowl championships.
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The play of Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has a tremendous impact on every game the team plays. Whatever success the Penguins have in the Stanley Cup Playoffs will depend largely on the opposition’s ability to contain No. 87. But he is not doing it alone.
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A champion won't be crowned in the NHL for nearly two months, but the quest for hockey's holy grail begins now. Sixteen teams are lacing up their skates and preparing for the upcoming hunt for the Stanley Cup. Here are the four favorites.
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Pirates' righthander Charlie Morton put an exclamation point on his recovery from Tommy John surgery in 2012 with the best major league season of his career, posting 7-4 record with a 3.26 ERA.
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The newest crop of rookies will enter the NFL on May 8, when the 2014 NFL Draft gets underway at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The Houston Texans own the first selection, and it's a South Carolina defensive end who sits atop PSR's board.
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The Steelers’ offseason additions and subtractions have given a peek into what may be going on in the team’s South Side War Room as the team prepares for one of the deepest drafts in years. Several players have emerged as potential targets for the Black and Gold in 2014.
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Several local players could be off the board before the second round is completed on May 9. Pitt's Aaron Donald is the top prospect, but Penn State has a pair of players who expect to hear their names called early as well.
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The 2014 NFL Draft is shaping up to be one of the deepest in recent memory. But even in the deepest of drafts, there are studs, duds, snubs and flubs. How is one to know if a draft pick is worth cheering for, or if he should be booed mercilessly?
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