Football season is (finally) here, and our first game-week episode of the Football Letter Podcast is ready to go.
This week, we catch up with Football Letterman’s Club director and former Nittany Lion quarterback Wally Richardson ’96 to talk about his memories of season openers; his expectations for the 2017 squad; and the reunion of the 1982 national championship team for next week’s game against Pitt.
We also dig into the Lions’ series history with Akron, including highlights from John Black ’62 in The Football Letter, and talk tailgating with Dave Young ’97, including a burger inspired by a classic Akron drive-in—you can find that recipe here.
Give a listen, let us know what you think, and stay tuned for more podcasts throughout the season. We Are…
That’s five different decades of Penn State football in the photo you see above, and one great reminder of what’s become an annual highlight of the Coaches Caravan.
Tuesday night in Lancaster gave James Franklin another chance Continue reading
The quality of the photo—shot on an iPhone in a dimly lit hotel conference room—doesn’t do justice to the quality of the moment.
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Scott Shirley never imagined how far this thing might go. Continue reading
Simply put, Wally Richardson represents the best of Penn State football.
Photo by Steve Manuel
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