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Georgia overcomes staff upheaval to hold off Penn State in TaxSlayer Bowl

This is a tough grade largely due to the fact Penn State lost Hackenberg fairly early in the game. By the time Hackenberg was knocked out of the contest early in the second quarter he had amassed a decent starting box score of 8-of-14 for 139 yards and

Penn State tackle Charlie Shuman high fives Titus Speights, 4, at the Wolfson Children's Hospital on Thursday as part of the the TaxSlayer Bowl week. The Nittany Lions and the Georgia Bulldogs visited the children's hospital ahead of Saturday's matchup.

Football players by definition are more prone to contact than the usual person. When Penn State senior linebacker Ben Kline emerged bloodied — his head, his nose, his face, his jersey — just before kickoff Saturday at the Taxslayer Bowl, the

Football players by definition are more prone to contact than the usual person. When Penn State senior linebacker Ben Kline emerged bloodied — his head, his nose, his face, his jersey — just before kickoff Saturday at the Taxslayer Bowl, the

The Lions catapulted into the second one of them under James Franklin after a 24-17 defeat opposite Georgia in the Pinstripe Bowl. Today's Penn State football news features plenty of game analysis from across the Keystone State. The Allentown Morning 

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Posted by - January 3, 2016 at 9:56 pm

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Reeling Rutgers knocked out by Penn State, 28-3

Penn State defensive line coach Sean Spencer brought some of his players along with a whole bunch of pizza to Nittanyville Thursday night. Coach Chaos, as he is known, fired up the crowd of campers with what he thinks can be a new Beaver Stadium chant 

Carl Nassib joined the Penn State Nittany Lions in 2011 as a walk-on defensive end, hoping to one day get the opportunity to see the field under legendary coach Joe Paterno. Nassib played just one season under Paterno, and was rewarded for his hard

UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State middle linebacker Nyeem Wartman-White and safety Jordan Lucas often refer to each other as “brothers.” So when Wartman-White suffered a season-ending knee injury in Penn State's 2015 opener against Temple, Lucas 

Penn State wide receiver DeAndre Thompkins (3) runs into the end zone for a touchdown during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Rutgers in State College, Pa., Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015.

Those performances were not lost on Jack Ham, a Nittany Lion great, Pro Football Hall of Famer and analyst on the Penn State Sports Network. He saw big potential in both players, including leadership potential and surprisingly good range in pass

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Posted by - September 20, 2015 at 10:07 pm

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Penn State starting LB Nyeem Wartman-White out for season

That GIF shows Temple, an AAC team that hadn't beaten PSU since 1941, rushing just two players and sacking Christian Hackenberg, who's protected by a Big Ten offensive line, technically. He was later sacked some more, hitting 10 sacks for the game.

This will be first meeting between the teams since Penn State's 45-24 win in 2007 and the third overall. Penn State is coming off a 28-10 loss to Temple, the first time the Nittany Lions lost to the Owls since 1941. Buffalo is coming off a 51-14 win

Penn State football alumni ripped the staff after the loss, and the Nittany Lions were trolled pretty hard by Ohio State and Maryland commits. Depending on who you ask, James Franklin has gone from the next great PSU coach 

Before Penn State's season opener against Temple, The Daily Collegian sat down with Penn State football historian and author Lou Prato to talk football history between the Nittany Lions and the Owls. Prato, the former director of the Penn State All

Penn State football alumni ripped the staff after the loss, and the Nittany Lions were trolled pretty hard by Ohio State and Maryland commits. Depending on who you ask, James Franklin has gone from the next great PSU coach 

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Posted by - September 7, 2015 at 7:03 am

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Penn State's football clash with Buffalo will air on ESPN2

Penn State looked dismal, and Temple broke the longest active losing streak in college football.

Football is back! Let's take a closer look at Penn State's first opponent of the 2015 season.

Penn State will practice today, because that's how James Franklin has the team's schedule setup. It's a chance to flush the loss out of the system and move on to the next week. By all accounts that is what Penn State players prefer and more often than

For the first time since the 40s, Penn State has lost a football game to Temple. Penn State showed some fight in the first quarter, but it was all Temple after that.

This will be first meeting between the teams since Penn State's 45-24 win in 2007 and the third overall. Penn State is coming off a 28-10 loss to Temple, the first time the Nittany Lions lost to the Owls since 1941. Buffalo is coming off a 51-14 win

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Penn State football: Hackenberg leads offense in late-game comeback

Two new football coaches and presidents have since been installed. Nearly every victim lawsuit has been settled. Applications are up, and donations are strong. And on Saturday night, Penn State returned to bowl action, defeating Boston College in overtime.

Fittingly, it ended with another oddity: a walk off extra point in a place known for wild finishes to give Penn State a 31-30 victory over Boston College in the Pinstripe Bowl Saturday night in Yankee Stadium. "It's a storybook ending, really" Ficken

Penn State sophomores Alex Plafia and Sean Dent cheer after a touchdown by Penn State Football team playing in the Pinstripe Bowl during a viewing party held at Buffalo Wild Wings in Lower Nazareth Twp. on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014. The event helped 

Penn State practiced Saturday morning. Afterward, James Franklin talked about the Lions and their plans with the Pinstripe Bowl on deck.

Since going (9-4) in the 2011 season Penn State's win total has dropped each year after that. Add in the NCAA scholarship reductions, a new coaching staff and transfers-James Franklin feels confident in the future. “It's great 

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Posted by - December 29, 2014 at 12:50 am

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