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Ngoepe inspired by his late mother

April 21, 2014 We forget sometimes that athletes are people, too. They’re not just statistics on a page. more »»

 
 
 
Personally, Franklin a big change from O’Brien

April 15, 2014 James Franklin is going to genuinely love the next 3¢ months until fall camp begins, not just endure them the way Bill O’Brien did. more »»

Strong spring a good sign for DE Barnes

April 14, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State defensive end Deion Barnes sent his D-coordinator, Bob Shoop, a text message Thursday night, explaining how he’s “all about being 100 percent and totally committed to... more »»

Tommy John surgery not as bad as it used to be

April 7, 2014 Curve pitcher Tyler Sample had Tommy John surgery when he was just 15 years old, which sounds crazy, but only if you still consider the procedure to be very dangerous and career threatening. more »»

Curve OF keeping fallen friend’s memory alive

April 4, 2014 Evan Chambers, a beloved and respected member of the Pirates organization who lost his life far too early last year at the age of 24, will be with the Curve in spirit this season thanks to a good... more »»

Hometown hero caps ‘amazing day’

April 1, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Boom! Game over. Memory of a lifetime that couldn’t have been scripted better for the guy who hit it. more »»

Locke isn’t as good as first half or as bad as second

March 28, 2014 BRADENTON, Fla. — The most surprising player in baseball the first half of last season just so happened to have one of the biggest dropoffs in the second hal. more »»

Marte's extension benefits everybody

March 27, 2014 BRADENTON, Fla. — Starling Marte is rich. The Pirates didn’t overpay. One of the game’s bright young stars is locked up with a long contract. And the team’s chances to compete will remain strong. Win. more »»

Worth the wait

March 26, 2014 BRADENTON, Fla. — Twenty-nine years of long bus rides and grunt work in small towns. Twenty-nine years of cheap hotels and fast food. more »»

Allie’s power will be worth watching

March 23, 2014 BRADENTON, Fla. — I’ll never forget sitting at Blair County Ballpark on April 19, 2005 and telling Scott Franco back in the Mirror office what I’d be writing about that night’s Curve game. more »»

Giger: Tourney win signature moment for Krimmel

March 7, 2014 Rob Krimmel justified his hiring Wednesday night and earned himself at least two or three more years of job security at St. Francis. more »»

Penn State does signing day the right way

February 6, 2014 UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State threw a fun, lively, informative, well-planned-out football party in the middle of winter Wednesday evening, attracting close to 4,000 fans to the Bryce Jordan Center an... more »»

Giger: Johnson's decision about business, not betrayal — but he is sticking it to Penn State

January 15, 2014 Just business, or is it betrayal? Or maybe a little of both? Larry Johnson, an admired and enormously successful Penn State assistant coach for 18 years, is heading to Ohio State. The enemy. more »»

Giger: Who is James Franklin, and what can PSU fans expect from him

January 11, 2014 Who is James Franklin, how did he get to this point in his career and what makes him a good fit for the Penn State job? Franklin is expected to be introduced Saturday as the Nittany Lions' 16th head... more »»

Giger: A toxic job not long ago, closing in on Franklin shows PSU's luster as top-notch gig

January 10, 2014 If, as expected, James Franklin is indeed the next head coach ... more »»

Giger: If there's no perfect candidate, why not Larry Johnson for PSU job?

January 6, 2014 Hey, why not Larry Johnson? If there's not a perfect candidate for the Penn State job -- and perfect is in the mind of the beholder based on criteria we'd all like to see met -- then the university... more »»

Video: Giger, Rudel discuss PSU coaching search

January 3, 2014 Cory Giger and Neil Rudel discuss the Penn State coaching search and Bill O'Brien's departure. more »»

Next man up: Franklin, Golden would fit at PSU, but not Schiano

January 2, 2014 Virtually every discussion about the search for Penn State's next football coach includes three names: James Franklin of Vanderbilt, Al Golden of Miami (Fla. more »»

Giger: What kind of coach will PSU be looking for?

January 1, 2014 Plenty of names will be mentioned by the media and fans as possibilities to become Penn State's next head coach, but there's one thing to keep in mind throughout the proces. more »»

Giger: As rumors swirl out of control, only O'Brien knows what he truly wants to do

December 30, 2013 Bill O'Brien to the Texans? Or could it the Browns? (No way! What a crummy job, where any coach could get fired after a year or two. more »»

Video: Giger, Rudel discuss where Bill O'Brien might land in NFL

December 19, 2013 Cory Giger and Neil Rudel break down the potential NFL job openings and which ones might interest Penn State coach Bill O'Brien. more »»

 
 

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