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Manasseh Garner apologizes for his postgame comments about the fans after the loss Saturday against Akron.
New Kansas football coach gets his ‘dream’ job about two decades after predicting he would on his first date with his future wife.
Perhaps the most unexpected part of Pitt’s 21-10 loss Saturday to Akron was how the Zips were able to shut down the rushing attack.
After its first loss of the season, Penn State showed signs of weakness on offense — most notably with the fledging line.
In just a little more than one year on the job, Clint Trickett is leading West Virginia’s offense with surgical precision.
Pitt's summer tour to the Bahamas gave the Panthers more time to practice and congeal into a more prepared team, coach Jamie Dixon said.
Zack Newsock threw for four touchdowns, Shamar Greene rushed for two scores, and Slippery Rock breezed past visiting Seton Hill, 63-19.
Clarion faces a tough test today, as it plays host to an undefeated Gannon team tied atop the PSAC West.
A game that was supposed to be a breather before conference play quickly devolved into a nightmare for the Panthers.
Despite a 4-0 start, Penn State has endured recurring issues — all of which were highlighted in a 29-6 loss Saturday to Northwestern.
Pitt coach Paul Chryst senses the right kind of confidence from his players after they put the stinging loss against Iowa behind them.
Bob Shoop, the man behind Penn State’s thriving defense, has been turning heads with his football acumen since his college days at Yale.
“Tailgating: A social event held on the open tailgate of a vehicle before or after a sporting event or concert.”
Pitt doesn't begin formal practice for the 2014-15 basketball season but they are already down one player.
The Panthers running back will try to bounce back from a bad second half against Iowa.
Penn State sponsorships are still recovering after the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal, but it’s not all roses for the fans.
This week’s topics include Pitt vs. Akron, WVU’s Trickett-to-White combo and national games to watch.
Four WPIAL stars are from smaller schools that don't have rich football traditions and have produced few Division I college players.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers, who look to rebound this weekend at home against Akron.
Robert Morris swiped three first-place votes in the Atlantic Hockey Association preseason coaches’ poll, finishing second to Mercyhurst.
Thomas Jefferson’s Ryan Ruffing has moved into the starting running back slot at Washington & Jefferson with an exclamation point.
Former assistants Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney sued in July contending they have been unfairly linked to the Sandusky child abuse scandal.
Despite averaging three sacks per game before Saturday, the Panthers did not register one against the Hawkeyes.
An embarrassing 31-19 road loss to Kansas last season left a bad taste in Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen’s mouth.
Seldom-used Akeel Lynch waits for his turn in Penn State’s three-man running back rotation.
The Panthers are running the ball 71 percent of the time after four games, but coach Paul Chryst isn’t concerned about the split.
Despite a disappointing performance Saturday against Iowa, the Panthers will now turn their focus to building momentum for their ACC slate.
A quick and painless rout of Massachusetts allowed Nittany Lions coach James Franklin to trot out some of his reserves for rare action.
West Virginia's off week has arrived, and the Mountaineers truly have earned this repose. They escaped the first month of the season 2-2.
The Dukes held on to beat Monmouth on the strength of their dynamic passing attack.
Massachusetts was scheduled as a breather and Penn State is getting its relaxation.
Samaje Perine stunted a shootout Saturday night by gashing and gouging the West Virginia defense for 242 yards and four touchdowns.
The Panthers squandered some of the momentum they had appeared to build during the first three weeks of the season.
Chairman Keith Masser said the board discussed the controversial report during its executive session Friday in University Park.
It’s strength against strength when the undefeated Panthers take the Hawkeyes of the Big Ten.
Nittany Lions coaches expect intensity, unity and success from special teams, but the unit is yet to meet expectations.
The Mountaineers (2-1) looking to prolong their revival against the Sooners in a Big 12 conference matchup at home.
The Panthers’ Paul Chryst and Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz, an Upper St. Clair graduate, are far from strangers.
Penn State's newest receiving combination of DaeSean Hamilton and Geno Lewis might be an unlikely mix, but is on a record-setting pace.
A proposal would provide give representation to students, faculty and the alumni association but also keep the nine alumni board members.
The Mountaineers’ kicker, punter and their position group counterparts put the "special" in special teams.
Pitt redshirt freshman Alex Officer knows he is not a lock to remain Pitt's starting center.
Post-Gazette college sports reporters Sam Werner and Stephen Nesbitt talk about Pitt’s James Conner, WVU’s Clint Trickett and more.
With a struggling running game, Penn State tries to create offense with the wildcat and some gimmick plays.
Luigi Lista-Brinza steps in as a freshman and helps solidify running back position.
Daryl Worley turned himself in to Morgantown police after an arrest warrant was issued charging him with battery early Sunday morning.
Sam takes your questions on the 3-0 Panthers.
The Panthers are undefeated but concerned about the number of big plays allowed in the passing game.
The Christian Hackenberg-led Nittany Lions offense keeps coming through in the end.
Mountaineers have to replace top cornerback Daryl Worley, who was suspended, for Saturday's game against No. 4 Oklahoma.