Nearly 100 Nittany Lions Earn Fall Academic All-Big Ten Accolades

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.– Nearly 100 student-athletes from Penn State’s seven fall programs have earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition. The Nittany Lions’ 94 fall honorees rank third-highest since 1991-92, Penn State’s first year of competition in some Big Ten sports. Women’s soccer student-athlete Kerry Abello and football student-athlete Blake Gillikin own perfect 4.0 grade-point averages. Women’s (more…)

Penn State Live: Bill Bender

Jed Donahue with Bill Bender of the Sporting News on the College Football Playoff and the Bowl Season. Jed Donahue Jed Donahue has been a broadcasting staple on the Pennsylvania sports scene for over two decades. Over that twenty-year span, he’s covered Penn State football and currently hosts PA Sports Now and PA Sports Saturday,...

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Penn State Live: Greg Pickel

Jed Donahue talks Penn State Football and Recruiting with Greg Pickel of Pennlive and the Harrisburg Patriot News. Jed Donahue Jed Donahue has been a broadcasting staple on the Pennsylvania sports scene for over two decades. Over that twenty-year span, he’s covered Penn State football and currently hosts PA Sports Now and PA Sports Saturday,...

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Nittany Lions in the NFL – Week 13

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – A total of 34 Penn State football alumni are populating the rosters of 21 National Football League teams. The Nittany Lions are perennially a top-20 program in producing players in the NFL. Week 13 of the NFL season featured an overtime-thriller with recent Penn State stars playing key roles, as Saquon (more…)

Penn State Live Podcast — Trace McSorley Interview

Trace McSorely is one of eight finalists for the named for The William V. Campbell Trophy®. The award has become the most prestigious and desirable “academic” award in college football. The trophy recognizes an individual as the absolute best in the country for his academic success, football performance and exemplary community leadership, according to the...

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Penn Sports Live — Kerry Collins Interview

NFL Quarterback and former Nittany Lion Kerry Collins speaks about being part of the 2018 class of College Football Hall of Fame honorees. Collins is the 25th Nittany Lion to join the elite group. Collins played under Coach Joe Paterno from 1991 to 1994 and was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American. —Interview courtesy of The...

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Phil Grosz Interview – December 3, 2018

Jed Donahue talks with Phil Grosz of Blue/White Illustrated about Penn State’s Citrus Bowl match-up with Kentucky, the College Football Playoff, and the latest on Penn State recruiting. Jed Donahue Jed Donahue has been a broadcasting staple on the Pennsylvania sports scene for over two decades. Over that twenty-year span, he’s covered Penn State football...

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Phil Grosz And Joel Malnick Interview – December 3, 2018

Jed Donahue talks Penn State/Kentucky in the Citrus Bowl with Joel Malnick of Collegiate Athletic Tours and Phil Grosz of Blue White Illustrated. Jed Donahue Jed Donahue has been a broadcasting staple on the Pennsylvania sports scene for over two decades. Over that twenty-year span, he’s covered Penn State football and currently hosts PA Sports...

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Penn State’s Collins and McSorley to be Honored at NFF Awards Dinner Tuesday Night

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State will have a pair of standouts honored at the 61st National Football Foundation (NFF) Annual Awards Dinner in New York City Tuesday evening. National award winner and first-team All-America quarterback Kerry Collins will be inducted to the Hall of Fame, while All-Big Ten quarterback Trace McSorley will be honored (more…)

The Good, Bad, and “eh” of Football Announcers

A picture is worth a thousand words. Announcing a football game is a little different. Fans watching a football game on TV have plenty of pictures, and don’t need a thousand words. Therefore an announcer needs to find a happy medium in how many words need to be used. Additionally it is helpful if they...

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