South Carolina coach Spurrier defends former Penn State coach Paterno By Bob Cohn
In an interview published Tuesday, South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier defended the late Joe Paterno, who was fired as Penn State coach and faced other repercussions related to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case in 2011.
“That was very unfortunate what happened up there,” Spurrier told the Columbia, S.C., ...
Penn State notebook: Offensive line is work in progress By Bob Cohn
The offensive line posed Penn State’s main area of concern heading into spring practice. Coming out, that still seems to be the case after five “touch” sacks of quarterback Christian Hackenberg in the first half of Saturday’s Blue-White Game.
And that happened against the second-string defensive line.
Four starters return, which might ...
Spring game will give PSU better idea of where it stands By Bob Cohn
Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg this week quashed any rumors of discord with coaches during his frustrating sophomore season in 2014.
He said he enjoys working with offensive coordinator John Donovan and quarterbacks coach Ricky Rahne, calling the relationship “great.” He even tossed in an “awesome” for emphasis.
“I’m going to ...
Penn State’s Zettel mixes size and athleticism By Bob Cohn
Anthony Zettel never was going anywhere, which was good news for Penn State.
The defensive tackle this week said he was “tempted” to leave for the NFL after his junior season, “but I thought in the grand scheme of everything I wanted to get my degree,” he said. “There were ...
Penn State’s Breneman works through knee pain By Bob Cohn
Adam Breneman’s slow but steady return to the field has been a process.
“A big process,” said the Penn State tight end, who redshirted last season after knee surgery in August.
Recruited by Bill O’Brien and considered one of the Nittany Lions’ top 2013 recruits, Breneman played well as a freshman despite ...
Penn State’s Brown edges Pitt’s Wilps for NCAA wrestling crown By Keith Schildroth
ST. LOUIS — It was the battle most wrestling fans in Pittsburgh were waiting for: former Chartiers Valley standout Tyler Wilps of Pitt against Matt Brown of Penn State for the 174-pound title Saturday night at the NCAA Championships at Scottrade Center.
No one, however, could have expected the ...
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