Ohio State? Under the lights at Beaver Stadium? We’ll just leave this right here…
See you this fall.
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News today that the Nittany Lions will face the Wolverines in the first-ever Big Ten night game at Michigan Stadium reminded us of another game at the Big House, 20 years ago this fall. Continue reading
“Absolutely,” Sean Spencer says. “I remember it distinctly.”
He’s talking about The Hit, a game-defining play in what might be the most memorable game of his playing career. When we posted the video on Thursday, we promised to do some more digging on the specifics of that moment. We know that a couple of Spencer’s former college teammates found and uploaded the game footage. And we’re happy to report that Coach Chaos himself found time to tell us the story. Continue reading
Sean Spencer’s intensity is no secret. Turns out, the man they call “Coach Chaos” has been that way for years. Continue reading
It’s St. Patrick’s Day. Penn State opens spring practice this afternoon. And the Nittany Lions’ season opener in Dublin is just 165 days away. Surely, that’s sufficient reason to watch this… Continue reading
Scott Shirley never imagined how far this thing might go. Continue reading
We lost a great Penn Stater last weekend.
I knew Dolores Astheimer Young ’63 as Lorie, mom of Dave Young ’97, my friend and tailgating partner. She was a devoted wife, loving mother, and doting grandmother, and she was the proud matriarch of a terrific Penn State family. Continue reading