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Monthly Archives: October 2012
With 12 commitments for the 2013 recruiting class, only a few scholarships remain due to the 15 limit set by the NCAA sanctions. However, three committed players (Adam Breneman, Jordan Smith, and most recent legacy commit Richie Anderson) plan to … Continue reading
Buckeyes continued their undefeated season with a 35-23 victory over the Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium. A few quick points to recap the match-up. Quick hits 107,818 Solid turnout at Beaver Stadium. Fans did a great job bringing the energy … Continue reading
As someone born and raised in Ohio, this game always hits home for me. Although I was never truly an OSU fan, I do admit that I still root for them from time to time…except when playing PSU. … Continue reading
Surging PSU (4-2; 2-0) travels to Iowa City for a night game at Kinnick stadium against Big Ten nemesis Iowa Hawkeyes (4-2; 2-0). How will the PSU – Iowa rivalry turnout? Notes for Saturday’s game: History favors Iowa — Anyone … Continue reading
Penn State took a big blow with the NCAA sanctions – only allowing 15 scholarships a year for the next 4 years. Coach O’Brien has taken the offensive, naturally, in promoting a strong ‘run-on’ program to attract non-scholarship athletes. With … Continue reading
Watching the entire Jerry Sandusky scandal unfold in real-time was anything but real. It was hard to believe that the university and football team I’d come to know and love was uncovering the largest scandal in college football history. But … Continue reading