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So Brian Tomasetti sprinted, and he leaped, and had he been a few inches taller or that collision between receiver and another defender hadn't knocked him off course ... He'd rather not dwell on the almosts, though.
Penn State head coach James Franklin has some thinking to do in the off-season as he attempts to construct an offensive line to protect QB Christian Hackenberg.
It doesn't matter much that Penn State almost surely won't finish with the nation's No.
An announced 72,000 fans attend the annual Blue-White game, April 12, 2014, at Beaver Stadium.
Penn State football's Oct. 25 showdown with Urban Meyer, Braxton Miller, and the rest of the Ohio State Buckeyes in Beaver Stadium will kick off at 8 p.m., and will be shown on either ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2.
The Lions currently have two kickers on their roster, but special teams coordinator John Bonamego told season-ticket holders at a town hall meeting Monday night that the position is still far from settled.
I asked for some Penn State questions on Monday and I received a lot of great queries, courtesy of you guys.
Matt Vense l is in his first year at the Star Tribune after covering the Ravens for the Baltimore Sun for six years.
Growing up in Linden, Brandan Green remembers going to Lions games at the beginning of wide receiver Calvin Johnson's career at Ford Field.
"The guy that I think stepped up over the last two weeks was Da'Quan Davis. He had light feet, loose hips,'' -- PSU DC Bob Shoop.
The redshirt sophomore receiver didn't have a catch - though he barely was overthrown on a deep ball on which he beat the cornerback by two steps - but the former Wyoming Valley West quarterback did throw a 56-yard touchdown to Matt Zanellato.
It only happened once on the afternoon. The Blue-White Game momentarily came to a halt as trainers came off the sideline to attend to a shaken-up player.
Improving the play of special teams was an area of emphasis for the Nittany Lions this spring.
After a year in the Canadian Football League, Lions practice squad running back Stephfon Green's hopeful road back to the NFL has been paved with happy memories.