After 11 NFL seasons spent between two teams, former Penn State linebacker Paul Posluszny announced his retirement from the league this week. Posluszny continued the long-standing tradition of gifted linebackers attending Penn State, furthering the decree of “Linebacker U”, when he committed to the university prior to the 2003 season. “Poz” as he’s known throughout […]Read more "Former Penn State linebacker retires from NFL"
I’ve never bought too much stock in the NFL Combine. To me, the combine is little more than tremendous athletes making athletic feats appear far too easy. 225 pounds is thrown up on the bench press like it’s 25 pounds. More and more players are running sub-4.5 40-yard dashes. The vertical jump numbers are out […]Read more "Projecting where every draft eligible Penn State starter will be selected"
When the NFL offers its extension listing of college players entering the NFL Draft, they do so with comprehensive strengths and weaknesses and a player comparison. This player comparison is usually of an NFL player that is active, or has retired within the last few seasons. These comparisons also often tend to low ball the […]Read more "Why Penn State’s Saquon Barkley Should Be The #1 Overall Pick"
Chronologically, this may fall out of order, but hear us out. While we know that most Eagles fans are knowledgeable on all fronts, we felt as if, generally speaking, many are interested in the skill position, and less caring of the trenches. Because of that, we thought it would be beneficial to jump back and […]Read more "The Philly Sports Network NFL Draft rankings: Safeties Edition"
Philadelphians, your Eagles are Super Bowl 52 Champs! What are you going to do now? Well, we’ll tell you what you should do now. You should start thinking about the NFL Draft which begins in exactly ten weeks! By the way, did we mention it’s being held in Dallas this year? Dallas, a place, in […]Read more "The Philly Sports Network NFL Draft rankings: Quarterback edition"
For the third time this offseason, a Penn State offensive assistant is packing his backs and heading to the SEC. After offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead took the head coaching job at Mississippi State, and Charles Huff followed him to Starkville a few weeks later, the Nittany Lions’ offense is losing another assistant coach. Wide receivers […]Read more "Penn State Assistant Coach Departs For Another Assistant Coaching Job"
After Charles Huff decided to join to fellow departee Joe Moorhead to Mississippi State, the Nittany Lions were without a leader of the running back core. That void is no more, as the program announced last week the hiring of David Corley as the team’s running backs coach for 2018. The William and Mary grad […]Read more "All you need to know: Penn State hires new Running Backs Coach"
Two days ago, we got a chance to watch the best National Championship in the College Football Playoff era unfold since.. well… last season. Last year’s unbelievable, near-overtime action between Clemson and Alabama set the tone for last night’s action between the last two teams standing, two SEC heavyweights. After Alabama fell behind 13-0 midway […]Read more "Four Reasons The Penn State Could Win The National Championship In 2018"
Every football player strives for the ultimate enshrinement: a plaque and a bust in Canton, Ohio. Paired with a slick, golden jacket, election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame is an honor that few have achieved. While a small percentage of those who played the game get a spot among the greats in Canton, […]Read more "Former Penn State Quarterback Elected To College Football HoF"
When the NCAA announced four years ago that college football would depart from the BCS and move int a four team playoff format, fans around the country rejoiced. The expansion of four teams from two computer elected teams would allow for a greater amount of teams, presumably conference winners that may not have gone undefeated, […]Read more "Should The College Football Playoff Expand To Eight Teams?"