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New starting unit should uphold Linebacker U reputation New starting unit should uphold Linebacker U reputation
34 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — With Gerald Hodges and the mythical Michael Mauti off playing on Sundays, much has been made about the Nittany Lions' current depth at linebacker, or lack of. While the familiarity of No. 42 and No. 6 roaming the field may be gone, in its place is a starting linebacker unit [Read More]
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Four-star Florida QB commits to Penn State Four-star Florida QB commits to Penn State
45 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The departure of Steven Bench from the Penn State football team left the roster with just two scholarship quarterbacks in Christian Hackenberg and Tyler Ferguson. Last weekend that situation found its cure in the form of Michael O'Connor, a four star quarterback prospect. O'Connor originally comes [Read More]
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Breneman Will Not Redshirt in 2013 Breneman Will Not Redshirt in 2013
46 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
After suffering a torn ACL last summer, incoming freshman standout tight end Adam Breneman missed his senior season and enrolled at Penn State in January. Between his rehabilitation and a stockpile of talent at the tight end position, a redshirt for the Camp Hill native seemed to be inevitable. [Read More]
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Thompkins commitment punctuates Blue White Weekend Thompkins commitment punctuates Blue White Weekend
52 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — As is normally the case in spring camp, the most meaningful moment from last weekend happened behind the scenes. Following Bill O'Brien's Blue-White post game press conference, he was sitting far from the public eye, discussing the future with North Carolina athlete, [Read More]
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Another Blue-White Game, another QB competition Another Blue-White Game, another QB competition
53 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Somehow, it never seems to get old. For the fourth consecutive spring, and fifth time in six years, the Nittany Lions entered camp with a question mark at the most important position. From names like Pat Devlin to Daryll Clark and Kevin Newsome to Paul Jones, Nittany Lion fans are no stranger to [Read More]
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Penn State singles out lone QB prospect Penn State singles out lone QB prospect
55 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
With a fairly full stable of young quarterbacks and extreme scholarship restrictions hanging over the Penn State football program, there has been much debate about whether or not Penn State should recruit a quarterback for the upcoming class of 2014. It appears now that they are, at the very least, [Read More]
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Spring begins for Nittany Lions Spring begins for Nittany Lions
57 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The Nittany Lions football team convened for the beginning of spring practice on March 18 and they brought some changes with them. The updated roster confirmed Garry Gilliam's announcement from last month that he has moved from tight end to offensive tackle. The 6-foot-6 senior has put on roughly [Read More]
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Penn State dives into the 2014 recruiting cycle Penn State dives into the 2014 recruiting cycle
60 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Long before the 2013 PSU recruiting class had signed their letters of intent, the coaching staff had begun focusing on next year's potential signees. In October, a day after receiving a scholarship offer, three star Maryland running back Mark Allen became the first member of the 2014 class. Last [Read More]
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Penn State hoping to close recruiting cycle on high note Penn State hoping to close recruiting cycle on high note
68 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — With 13 players set to enroll this summer, the Nittany Lions have two scholarships left to give for the recruiting cycle that ends in February. It's a mystery right now who those last two players will be, but Penn State is swinging for the fences to fill their 2013 [Read More]
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Bill O'Brien is using creative recruiting tactics to battle NCAA sanctions Bill O'Brien is using creative recruiting tactics to battle NCAA sanctions
69 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — As you probably know, Penn State received sanctions from the NCAA last summer that included four years of limited scholarships — 15 per year, to be exact. That's 10 fewer scholarship athletes per year than the normal school is allowed to take. It didn't take long for [Read More]
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