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Giger: With so much talent on offense, Lions can succeed even without great QB

April 22, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — Paul Jones and Anthony Morelli excelled in past Blue-White Games, while honestly, I can’t recall anything noteworthy about the first time Matt McGloin played in on. more »»

Zwinak banged up going out of bounds

April 21, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — The Blue-White Game got off to a bad start from an injury standpoint when running back Zach Zwinak suffered a left hand or wrist injury on the first series. more »»

RB Lynch among Blue-White standouts

April 21, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — Bill O’Brien jokingly questioned whether any of the media were in a good mood when the first few questions in his postgame press conference were slow to come. more »»

Rudel: Don’t rule out Hackenberg; O’Brien isn’t

April 21, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — During his post-Blue-White Game press conference Saturday, Bill O’Brien left the door open for decorated incoming true freshman quarterback Christian Hackenberg to compete for the... more »»

QBs Bench, Ferguson remain in dead heat

April 21, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — Tyler is even with Steven in just about every way — both good and bad — which was evident when evaluating Penn State’s two sophomore quarterbacks during Saturday’s Blue-White Game. more »»

Video: Giger, Rudel discuss Blue-White Game

April 21, 2013 Cory Giger and Neil Rudel discuss the quarterback competition and other aspects of the Blue-White Game. more »»

James, at 6-foot-7, makes an impact during Blue-White Game

April 21, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — The ball from quarterback Tyler Ferguson fluttered into the howling wind toward tight end Jesse James in the back of the north end zone Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium. more »»

Blue-White Game highlights, lowlights

April 21, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — Following are the highlights and lowlights from the Blue’s 67-47 victory over the White Saturday at Beaver Stadium: Play of the game: Freshman Akeel Lynch got to the corner on a... more »»

PSU's Zwinak is about power

April 18, 2013 Two things happen when Zach Zwinak carries the ball: He crashes into defenders, and they go backwards. more »»

QBs work at even pace at PSU spring camp

April 11, 2013 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror. more »»

QB job still up in air at PSU

April 7, 2013 Halfway through spring drills, Penn State coach Bill O’Brien said the quarterback battle between Steven Bench and Tyler Ferguson is “about even. more »»

Defense fails Lady Lions down stretch

March 28, 2013 BATON ROUGE, La. — Penn State coach Coquese Washington spent an entire season preaching defense, and it helped the Lady Lions win even on nights when shots weren’t falling. more »»

No. 3 seed Lady Lions ousted

March 27, 2013 BATON ROUGE, La. more »»

Lady Lions don't mind Baton Rouge

March 24, 2013 BATON ROUGE — When Penn State coach Coquese Washington and the Lady Lions learned they’d be heading back to south Louisiana for a second straight NCAA tournament, they weren’t upset about having to... more »»

Michigan eliminates Penn State

March 15, 2013 CHICAGO — Leading scorer D.J. Newbill is just a sophomore. Tim Frazier will be back next year, and Ross Travis leads a talented group of young forwards. Penn State has a bright future. more »»

Michigan State ousts Lady Lions

March 10, 2013 The Associated Press HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — Jasmine Thomas remained calm when Michigan State charged into the lead. more »»

Lady Lions repeat as Big Ten champs

March 4, 2013 LINCOLN, Neb. — Penn State wanted the Big Ten championship all to itself, and the Lady Lions played like it. more »»

PSU misses chance to clinch Big Ten

March 1, 2013 MINNEAPOLIS — Micaella Riche scored 24 points to help Minnesota beat seventh-ranked Penn State, 89-81, on Thursday night, preventing the Lady Lions from clinching the Big Ten regular-season title... more »»

Penn State men shock No. 4 Michigan

February 28, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State coach Pat Chambers spent the last two months wondering what might happen if a few shots finally fell for his struggling team. more »»

 
 
 

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