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Senior middle linebacker and now captain Mike Hull wants to finish his college career with a bang for the Nittany Lions.
During a contentious committee meeting, board members discuss three different proposals for restructuring the board.
Nittany Lions quarterback Christian Hackenberg might have to scramble and run more often in new coach James Franklin’s offense.
Sophomore QB Christian Hackenberg will serve as one of Penn State’s seven captains this season.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees passes resolution that allows continuation of NCAA consent decree as settlement talks with the NCAA move on.
Nittany Lions linemen guide each other through position switches.
Penn State sophomore tight end Adam Breneman is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury.
The trustees will hold a public conference call Wednesday morning to discuss the NCAA consent decree and a $60 million fine.
The request was made in a letter that was addressed to board chairman Keith Masser and seeks a special meeting to be held later this month.
A judge granted a joint motion Thursday that says another month would give the parties a “meaningful opportunity” to resolve the lawsuit.
The sides filed a joint motion Wednesday that says another month would give them a “meaningful opportunity” to resolve the lawsuit.
Depth at many positions is a key issue as Penn State opens its preseason football camp.
The Big Ten freshman of the year returns under center for the Nittany Lions in Christian Hackenberg, but who will help him on offense?
While most Big Ten coaches seemed to sleepwalk through conference media days, James Franklin was practically bursting with enthusiasm.
Letter asks NCAA President Mark Emmert to rescind the remaining sanctions because of the harm they’re causing student-athletes.
The former athletic director at University of California Berkeley will take over Nittany Lions athletic programs.
Penn State's athletic landscape has been altered significantly in three years since the Sandusky news, both financially and personnel-wise.
Eric Barron announced Ms. Barbour at a noon news conference, calling her the “clear, first and unanimous” choice of the selection committee.
Penn State’s outgoing athletic director, Dave Joyner, begins his retirement Aug. 1. He announced his decision to retire last month.
In the complaint, they claim the university damaged their reputation through press releases.