McSorley has gone from Christian Hackenberg's backup to main signal caller, beating out redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens for the job.
Website Poster Swag ranked the top 50 college football schedule posters, and two local teams made the cut.
Sandusky and two of his defense lawyers are among the witnesses who already have testified.
Karl Rominger told a Cumberland County judge he was “ashamed” at Wednesday’s sentencing.
The can's artwork has in mind the 50th anniversary of Mr. Paterno's first game as head coach of the Nittany Lions, the company said.
The starting left tackle spot still appears to be up in the air for the Nittany Lions.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale will conduct an audit of Pennsylvania State University, he announced Tuesday.
The North Andover, Mass., native became the fourth member of the Nittany Lions' Class of 2018 with his commitment.
James Franklin told the Big Ten Network over the weekend that he ideally would like to name a starting “by this point next week.”
The freshman doesn’t talk much about his late best friend, but his teammates can see the love and pain inked on his collarbone.
The Fort Wayne, Ind., native and product of R. Nelson Snider high school is 6-feet, 170 pounds and is the 15th commit in the class of 2017.
Coach says redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens has gained ground on the more experienced Trace McSorley.
The 6-foot-5, 325-pound defensive and offensive tackle is a product of Springfield, Pa., and Cardinal O'Hara high school.
PSU already deep in running back department, but freshman makes early headway in battle for playing time.
A 6-foot-4, 210-pound wide receiver out of Monmouth Junction, N.J., Justin Shorter is the third commit in his class.
The senior linebacker is eager to get back on the field after missing most of last season.
Judge John Cleland ruled Tuesday that Sandusky, 72, may testify if prosecutors agree and are allowed enough time to prepare.
Nittany Lions coach James Franklin addresses the media in a news conference in University Park.
Brailyn Franklin of Haymarket, Va., becomes Nittany Lions’ fifth commitment since July 20 for class of 2017.
Nittany Lions start practice this week looking for answers at quarterback and on the defensive line.
The three-star recruit announced his commitment to the Nittany Lions on Twitter.
Penn State AD acknowledges Pitt’s push for more games and her interest in arranging it, but also points out some difficulties.
Cornhuskers’ teammate was killed in an auto accident late Saturday night in Wisconsin along with a former Michigan State punter.
"That's a fact that that is happening," Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour said of so-called negative recruiting against the school.
With new information surfacing in the Jerry Sandusky scandal, James Franklin addresses tactics used by opposing coaches.
Jonathan Sutherland of Alexandria, Va., is the Nittany Lions’ second commitment this week.
Coach James Franklin receives first commitment since April 25 with North Carolina player Brelin Faison-Walden.
Two candidates vie to take the reins of the Nittany Lions’ new up-tempo offense.
The board is set to meet July 22 and at least one member says Ira Lubert, the man who oversaw payouts, will “face some scrutiny.”
A lot has happened fast surrounding the Jerry Sandusky case, except for trial dates for the former president, VP and AD at school.
Told of alleged abuse by Jerry Sandusky, Joe Paterno said he had “a football game to worry about,” according to newly released testimony.
Ex-Penn State assistant McQueary claims coaches Schiano, Bradley knew of abuse allegations against Sandusky
A judge made documents public Tuesday morning, acting on a request by media outlets. Schiano and Bradley both deny the claims.
The commissioners of the Power Five conferences announce a plan to give student-athletes more time to devote to school and other activities.
More than 200 former players send letter asking that the bronze statue of Joe Paterno be returned.
Nittany Lions also announce home-and-home with West Virginia in 2023-24.
Clinics to educate women about the game have become prolific among college and pro teams since at least the mid-1990s.
Coach James Franklin says all his assistant coaches and staff have signed two-year contracts with a buyout option.
AD Sandy Barbour remains tight-lipped, though, about potential master plan and all details for now.
On Tuesday, some members of the team took time to distribute the team’s new posters around State College and meet fans.
The lawyer for PSU says ”complying with the subpoena would require the university to breach ... assurances of confidentiality.”
Some of the best from the WPIAL and City League will try to lead Pennsylvania past Maryland in the prestigious all-star game Saturday.
Coach James Franklin and his staff plan stops in North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland and Georgia, all before June 24.
Kickoff times set for games against Kent State and Temple.
A judge has ordered the unsealing of records related to Pennsylvania State University's settlements with Jerry Sandusky's accusers.
The groups, which include the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, ask that details of $92 million in settlements be made public.
Fina said he would pursue a second career as a criminal defense lawyer and investigator, working for corporate clients and others.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale’s office will audit a state grant once planned for Jerry Sandusky’s Second Mile charity.
The two teams — meeting for the first time since 2000 — will square off at noon on Sept. 10 at Heinz Field.
“An attorney had filed a claim with my name on it with no authorization, nothing in any way, shape or form,” said Eric Ravotti.
The NCAA, major conferences and universities, including Penn State, are targets.
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