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Rudel: Offensive scheming has fallen short

September 29, 2016 There have been several, of course, but I’m going with the overall coaching in general and specifically the offensive preparation. more »»

Penn State report card

September 19, 2016 Following is Neil Rudel’s report card from Penn State’s 34-27 victory over Temple on Saturday at Beaver Stadium: POSITION GRADE COMMENT Quarterback B McSorley making up for... more »»

Battered defense holds up its end

September 18, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — OK, Penn State fans: Raise your hand if you’re satisfied with a 34-27 victory over Temple. There should be more hands up. more »»

PSU-Temple highlights, lowlights

September 18, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — Following are the highlights and lowlights from Penn State’s 34-27 victory over Temple on Saturday at Beaver Stadium: Play of the game: Temple threw a second-half scare into the... more »»

Lions need to build momentum against Owls

September 17, 2016 “Must-win” is thrown around a lot in sports, but Penn State faces a must-win game toda. more »»

Lions need to build momentum against Owls

September 17, 2016 “Must-win” is thrown around a lot in sports, but Penn State faces a must-win game toda. more »»

History shows success starts at defensive end

September 15, 2016 There’s no debate that the current trend in college football leans toward offense. That doesn’t mean it’s more important. Penn State is a prime example. more »»

Penn State report card

September 12, 2016 Following is Neil Rudel’s report card from Penn State’s 42-39 loss to Pitt on Saturday at Heinz Field: POSITION GRADE COMMENT Quarterback B Would be higher, but McSorley’s late... more »»

Game shows pride of series

September 11, 2016 PITTSBURGH — As Trace McSorley was facing a pack of reporters underneath the Heinz Field stands late Saturday afternoon, trying to express his disappointment over his last-minute interception that... more »»

PSU-Pitt highlights, lowlights

September 11, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Following are the highlights and lowlights from Penn State’s 42-39 loss to Pitt on Saturday at Heinz Field: Play of the game: Pitt cornerback Ryan Lewis intercepted Trace McSorley in th... more »»

Godwin, WRs eager to hit their stride

September 10, 2016 OK, with the resumption of the Penn State-Pitt series after a 16-year hiatus fully hyped, we can finally shift from the history and nostalgia to the field. more »»

Knocking off Panthers shot in Franklin’s arm

September 8, 2016 If you put the behavior of both coaches under a microscope, Saturday’s game would seem to mean more to Pat Narduzzi than James Franklin. more »»

Penn State report card

September 5, 2016 Following is Neil Rudel’s report card from Penn State’s 33-13 victory over Kent State on Saturday at Beaver Bank Stadium: POSITION GRADE COMMENT Quarterback B- McSorley fumbled... more »»

McSorley, offense leave room to grow

September 4, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — Almost the entire time he was watching Christian Hackenberg lead the Penn State offense the last two years, James Franklin never let go of his opinion that a running quarterback... more »»

Kent St.-PSU highlights, lowlights

September 4, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — Following are the highlights and lowlights from Penn State’s 33-13 victory over Kent State on Saturday at Beaver Stadium: Play of the game: Nittany Lion cornerback Amani Oruwariye... more »»

Lions should have fresh(er) start this year

September 3, 2016 A little nitpicking while eager for the 2016 curtain to go up: n James Franklin had a good explanation to a question this week on why the Nittany Lions looked so flat against Temple in their opener... more »»

Measure program’s strides in its improvements

September 1, 2016 Bill Parcells once said, “You are what your record says you are.” That statement probably applied more to the NFL, where Parcells spent the vast majority of his Hall of Fame career. more »»

Pry ascending to his biggest stage

August 5, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — When Bob Shoop left Penn State’s defensive coordinator position for a similar job at Tennessee after last season, several Nittany Lion players told James Franklin he didn’t need to... more »»

Griping publicly doesn’t help Penn State

July 28, 2016 James Franklin went 0-1 at the Big Ten Media Days. more »»

Nittany Lions hurrying to embrace new tempo

April 17, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — The Blue-White game, much like the old Gentle Thursdays on the HUB lawn, has often been accompanied by gorgeous weather. more »»

 
 
 

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