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Successor to JoePa may not be big name

December 22, 2011 It doesn’t seem likely that Penn State will be getting a new head football coach for Christmas. more »»

Rudel: Penn State frustration boiling over

December 18, 2011 If you thought there couldn’t be much more bad news surrounding the Penn State football program, you thought wrong. more »»

PSU brass turned back on McQueary

December 17, 2011 HARRISBURG — Mike McQueary has been vilified nationally to the extent that it’s highly unlikely he’ll be coaching in college football anytime soon, if ever again. more »»

Rudel: Audible sets Sandusky for his trial defense

December 14, 2011 BELLEFONTE — There is plenty of strategy required in football, and Jerry Sandusky’s camp used some Tuesday. more »»

Sandusky jailed on $250,000 cash bail

December 7, 2011 STATE COLLEGE — Ex-Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested and jailed Wednesday on new child sex abuse charges brought by two new accusers, including one who claims Sandusky... more »»

Rudel: Lions should appreciate their ‘ticket’

December 6, 2011 Some Penn State players got loose on their Twitter accounts and expressed dissatisfaction over the program’s fall to the TicketCity Bowl. more »»

Meyer hire makes it tough

November 29, 2011 The Penn State football coaching job just got a little tougher. more »»

Rout complete, uncertainty engulfs Lions

November 27, 2011 MADISON, Wis. — Maybe we should have seen this coming. more »»

PSU highlights, lowlights

November 27, 2011 MADISON, Wis. more »»

Peek at 2012 shows plenty of talent returning

November 26, 2011 MADISON, Wis. — A column I wrote after the Sandusky scandal broke entitled, “PSU should stay home for the holidays,” brought more than its share of negative reaction. more »»

Report: Ex-PSU officer clashed with Paterno

November 22, 2011 STATE COLLEGE — Former Penn State student disciplinarian Vicky Triponey tells The Wall Street Journal that football players were treated "more favorably than other students accused of violating the... more »»

PSU hires ex-FBI director to head internal probe

November 21, 2011 PHILADELPHIA — Former FBI director Louis Freeh, tapped to lead Penn State's investigation into the child sex-abuse allegations against a former assistant football coach, said his inquiry will go as... more »»

Penn State report card

November 21, 2011 Following is Neil Rudel’s report card from Penn State’s 20-14 victory over Ohio State on Saturday at Ohio Stadium: POSITION GRADE COMMENT Quarterback B McGloin (10-18-88 yards, one pick)... more »»

Character, resolve starts with Bradley

November 20, 2011 COLUMBUS, Ohio — These last two tumultuous weeks have robbed Penn State of its dignity, permanently tarnished the reputation of Jerry Sandusky, cleared out the offices of the university president an... more »»

Rudel: Joyner's challenge is strong leadership

November 19, 2011 UNIVERSITY PARK – Jeff Nelson, Penn State’s able and presumably weary sports information director, stepped to the microphone Friday morning in the Schwab Auditorium to introduce the school’s acting... more »»

Police: McQueary told us nothing

November 17, 2011 By Genaro C. more »»

Penn State should stay home for holidays

November 16, 2011 UNIVERSITY PARK — Over the years, with its strong travel base, heretofore impeccable reputation and nationally renown coach, Penn State has always been a favorite son of the bowls. more »»

PSU names Joyner acting AD

November 16, 2011 UNIVERSITY PARK — David M. Joyner has been named acting athletic director for Penn State, effective immediately, Penn State announced this morning. more »»

NitWits discuss Sandusky scandal/Paterno firing

November 14, 2011 The NitWits discuss the Jerry Sandusky scandal that led to Joe Paterno's firing last week. The panel includes Neil Rudel of the Mirror, WTAJ-TV's KC Kantz, Mark Brennan of Fightonstate. more »»

Rudel: PSU needs to think big with next hire

November 13, 2011 UNIVERSITY PARK — Nobody could blame interim coach Tom Bradley for the Nittany Lions’ 17-14 loss to Nebraska in the first game of the post-Paterno Era Saturday. more »»

 
 
 

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