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"
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 Penn State fan remembers exactly where they watched the instant classic that was the 2016 Rose Bowl, when the Nittany Lions and USC Trojans did battle for 60 minutes of offensive fireworks. I was in a friend’s basement dreading a two hour ride back to the town I was working in as soon as […]Read more "Previewing Penn State Post Season: Fiesta Bowl Against Washington"
Before we dive any further into the four things we learned from this past weekend’s blowout win over Maryland, I’d first like to apologize to you. For any and all that have read my preview articles throughout the season with any form of consistency, I’d like to give my apologies for not posting a game […]Read more "Four Things We Learned In Penn State’s Dominant Win Over Maryland"
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"
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"
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"
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"
There’s something about the anticipation of a primetime night game, especially one against a division rival, in Beaver Stadium, during a White Out. I sat around all Saturday, following the earlier games from my couch, lesser games you might say, anxiously awaiting the 7:30 kickoff. Throughout the day, I also had a conversation with a […]Read more "Four Things We Learned From Penn State’s Win Against Michigan"