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The Panthers standout was the 11th pick of the fourth round, No. 110 overall.
Adrian Amos lined up at cornerback and at safety for the Nittany Lions and will now man the secondary for the Chicago Bears.
Penn State tight end Jesse James is the first Nittany Lions player drafted by the Steelers in six years.
Donovan Smith’s selection at 34th overall made him the highest PSU player drafted since Jared Odrick was drafted 28th overall in 2010.
Judge Jonathan D. Grine signed an order this week that cancels a pre-trial conference until a new judge is assigned from another county.
Donovan Smith’s wait in the NFL Draft’s green room came to a close quickly Friday night.
Former Canon-McMillan and Nittany Lions linebacker Mike Hull hopes that going fishing will help pass the time during this week’s NFL draft.
The petition seeks to force the school to let them see everything the Freeh team reviewed, gathered and produced.
Four players combined for six sacks and Penn State’s defensive line doesn’t look like it will miss a beat.
Nyeem Wartman goes one-on-one to talk about his role as PSU’s next middle linebacker and why he’s not taking it lightly.
Backup QB Trace McSorley is among Penn State’s spring surprises. The redshirt freshman has a chance to impress fans Saturday.
A look at Akeel Lynch’s starting job, QB Christian Hackenberg’s spring progress and Penn State’s plan for middle linebacker.
The punters and snappers haven’t progressed as James Franklin expected this spring. PSU has no scholarship specialists.
Louis Freeh’s new filings suggest a good candidate for the job would be Dauphin County Judge Todd Hoover.
The late Joe Paterno’s wife reports on a pilot program funded by the Paterno family that trains adults in child sex abuse prevention.
The authorization covers “one or more” claims related to the actions of Sandusky, who’s now serving prison time for child molestation.
Penn State notebook: Tight end Adam Breneman is healthier, the offensive line more confident and DT Anthony Zettel has a strong sidekick.
The school's board of trustees is scheduled to meet Thursday morning to discuss "potential settlements" and possibly vote.
Defensive end Carl Nassib went from walk-on to scholarship player who has a chance to be a starter this season.