James Franklin shed a tear and 23 roses were given to the families of the graduating seniors who were set to play for the final time at Beaver Stadium. While the Nittany Lions’ hopes of playing in the college football playoff this season are gone, those aspirations of playing in a New Years’ Six Bowl […]Read more "Four Things We Learned From Penn State’s Victory Over Nebraska"
Prior to the 2014 season, the Big Ten announced it would no longer align it’s conference into the “Legends” and “Leaders” divisions, and instead would transform the two rankings into geographical pairing, aptly titled the “East” and “West” divisions. While the proximity of the teams made for an easy realignment, the change failed on one […]Read more "Previewing Week 12: Penn State Hosts Nebraska On Senior Day"
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights were coming into this past weekend’s matchup against Penn State not having scored a touchdown against the Nittany Lions since Gary Nova rushed one in from 14 yards out in the first quarter of a rainy September night game in 2014. It was the first Big Ten contest that Rutgers ever […]Read more "Four Things We Learned From Penn State’s Win Over Rutgers"
Gauntlet. It’s a word that, had you been following along with my Penn State pieces over the last three weeks, you’ve seen me articulate quite frequently. But in the case of the 15 day stretch that Penn state was staring headlong at midway through October, the word gauntlet was very much justifiable. The team was […]Read more "Previewing Week 11: Penn State Hosts Rutgers in ‘must win’ situation"
For the first time this season, I was wrong in my Penn State prediction. I had gone 8-0 to this point, choosing Penn State in each of the first seven weeks before picking the Buckeyes to defeat the Nittany Lions last week. This weekend, however, I was certain that Penn State would get back on […]Read more "Four Things We Learned From Penn State’s Sloppy Loss To Michigan State"
Earlier this week, the College Football Playoff Committee unveiled its first official rankings of the 2017 campaign. Not surprisingly, the Penn State Nittany Lions were not included in the top four projections, meaning if the season were to end today, the team would not be included in the playoff. The good news for the Nittany […]Read more "Breaking Down The First College Football Playoff Rankings: What Do They Mean For Penn State?"
We’re midway through the 2017 season and about 6 months away from the Draft. It’s never too early to project the most exciting event outside of the Super Bowl on the NFL calendar. 1. Cleveland Browns – Mason Rudolph QB, OK St. Sam Darnold was long thought to be the unquestioned #1 pick coming into […]Read more "Mid-season NFL Mock Draft: Which position could the Eagles be targeting in the first round?"
Saquon Barkley fielded the opening kick at the three yard line on a chilly, snowy afternoon in Columbus, Ohio, and 15 seconds later was in the opposite end zone, putting Penn State up 6-0 early. You couldn’t have written a more perfect opening monologue if you were a Nittany Lion fan if you tried. These […]Read more "Four Things We Learned In Penn State’s Loss To Ohio State"
We’re not talking about October 22, 2016. We all know how that night ended. Grant Haley took a Marcus Allen blocked field goal to the house, the Nittany Lions won 24-21, defeating the number two Ohio State, turning their season around for the better. In fact, the Nittany Lions have only lost once since that […]Read more "Previewing Week 9: Penn State Travels To Ohio State"
2018 Penn state commit Jordan Miner is one of the most underrated prospects in the country. He is a 6-1, 179 lbs 4-star shutdown cornerback with great athleticism. He plays for Wiregrass Ranch high school in Tampa, Florida and is the type of corner that I rate a high 4 star and can be an […]Read more "Elite 2018 Commit Jordan Miner talks who he is recruiting to Penn state"