Penn St. Nittany Lions


2018 Big Ten Standings
Ohio State 8-1 13-1
Michigan 8-1 10-3
Penn State 6-3 9-4
Michigan State 5-4 7-6
Maryland 3-6 5-7
Indiana 2-7 5-7
Rutgers 0-9 1-11


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    Trace McSorley (Foot) has returned to game
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    Tommy Stevens (ACL) is OUT Tuesday vs Kentucky

Penn St. Nittany Lions News

  • Yesterday at 12:36pm
  • #FridayFeeling #WeAre

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  • Yesterday at 12:34pm
  • RT @coachseider: When you need to call on a friend @GeradParker1 #WeAre

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  • Yesterday at 9:22am
  • .@saquon was back home in Happy Valley to support his brothers at #PSUProDay! Listen in. #WeAre

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  • Yesterday at 8:52am

    Fansided: Penn State Football Spring Storyline: Wide Receivers

    Penn State football has the luxury of starting spring practice with several options at the wide receiver position. While there's a clear number one receiver, the way that the rest of the depth chart will shake out isn't yet decided.

    With the transfer of Juwan Johnson to Oregon, the graduation of DeAndre Thompkins, and the departure of Brandon Polk, one would think the Penn State coaching staff has some holes in the wide receiver depth chart.

    Fortunately, that's not really the case in Happy Valley this season. Wide receiver is a position that head coach James Franklin has loaded up on in recent recruiting classes, and all of that depth will now pay off.

  • Yesterday at 6:22am

    Black Shoe Diaries: Midweek Musings - Let's Take a Quick Minute for the Less Well Known Sports

    Penn State is a football school.

    You know this. I know this. Most of the country knows this.

    Still, despite football being the sport that Penn State is best well known for, it's not the only sport the school partakes in.

    Shoot, it's not even the sport that the school is best in.

    That distinction - at this point in time - has to go to the wrestling team. Winners of seven of the past eight national championships, the Lions will look to make it eight-of-nine this weekend in Pittsburgh. The word dynasty has not-so-lightly been tossed around (not unlike Bo Nickal's opponents).

  • March 21 at 10:05pm

    Fansided: Penn State Football: Top five scrambling QBs in program history

    Over the last two decades, Penn State football began a movement toward the 21st century of quarterbacking. The game wasn't about three-step and five-step drops, finding the open receiver and firing passes while standing tall in pocket. Don't get me wrong there are plenty of fantastic pocket passers in Penn State's history. In fact, both times the Nittany Lions won their national titles (1982, 1986), it was with that type of QB.

    The advancements in the game and bigger, faster, stronger defenders dictated that QBs should add mobility to their game. Fast forward to 2019, it's commonplace for most college QBs to scramble and make plays with their legs.

  • March 20 at 5:42pm
  • Making EVERY rep count. Head to practice with coach @RickyRahne & the QBs! #WeAre

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  • March 20 at 11:52am
  • #PSUProDay 2019: #WeAre

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  • March 19 at 6:08pm
  • Showed Up & Showed Out. #PSUProDay 2019 is in the books. Full Results:

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  • March 19 at 2:22pm
  • QB @McSorley_IX out here throwing dimes at #PSUProDay #WeAre

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  • March 19 at 12:46pm
  • .@NittanyKidNick2 & @KOAFARMER giving one last shout out to Nittany Nation! #WeAre

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  • March 19 at 11:40am
  • Thats a faaast man. @Everydaydre_ showin off his speed!#PSUProDay#WeAre

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  • March 19 at 11:18am
  • .@AmaniO & @BoobieMilesXXIV checking in from #PSUProDay!#WeAre

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  • March 19 at 10:52am
  • Were underway here at #PSUProDay.@NittanyKidNick2 turning heads with a 41 vert. #WeAre

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  • March 18 at 7:04pm
  • Prepping for Battles in the Trenches! #OLPride#WeAre

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