College Football Midseason Roundup

The middle of October means I’m another year older, the nights are cooler, the leaves are changing colors, and the college football season has reached the halfway point. With that said, let’s do a Two Cent midseason college football roundup, and see if we can tell the pretenders from the contenders. ACC First off, Clemson...

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PSAC Athletes of the Week – October 8

MEN’S GOLF ATHLETE OF THE WEEK Matt Spak Millersville (Jr.) Cary, N.C. / Green Hope Spak fired a 2-under 70 to earn the individual medalist at the Alvernia Invitational Tuesday afternoon in a 45-man field. Spak had a span of eight holes where he was 2-under. Spak recorded a team-high three birdies. Spak’s win was...

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Parking and Traffic Changes set for Friday’s Men’s Hockey Game and Homecoming Parade

University Park, PA – Fans planning to attend any of Friday’s events on the east side of the Penn State campus are encouraged to arrive early and should note changes that will assist with traffic flow and parking. With Penn State’s annual Homecoming Parade starting Friday, Oct. 12 at 6 p.m., several traffic and parking restrictions...

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Will’s Whiteboard: The Perfect College Football Playoff

Published Oct. 10, 2018 By William Whisler Each week I check out fellow PennSports.Live columnist Tim Clark’s column, Tim’s Two Cents — and you should too! But on Tuesday, he provided the idea of an eight-team College Football Playoff. The idea has floated around for some time, but he did nothing to change the criteria (more…)

Flags to the Left of Us, Flags to the Right of Us

Yellow is becoming my least favorite color. Why? It’s the color of penalty flags, of which I’ve seen way too much of during the first 5 games of the NFL season. College football hasn’t been a whole lot better. Flags are flying at a record pace, and it’s becoming the focus of many games. NFL...

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Penn State Continues to Caution Football Fans about Counterfeit Tickets

University Park, PA – Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics continues to urge football fans to be cautious of counterfeit tickets, with the Nittany Lions’ Homecoming game set for Saturday, Oct. 13. The ticketing staff at the Beaver Stadium gates and ticket windows and University Police confiscated more than 300 counterfeit tickets before and during the Nittany Lions’...

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Will’s Whiteboard: Steelers should move on from Le’Veon Bell

Steelers star running back Le’Veon Bell has finally given Steelers’ fans and disgruntled fantasy football owners words they’ve have been waiting so long to hear. Bell announced that he plans to return during Pittsburgh’s bye week in Week 7. But at that point, the Steelers may be out of the race — or at the (more…)

Changing Seasons

Another baseball season has come to an end. As a sports fanatic one season blends into the next. Baseball becomes football, which becomes hockey and basketball, which brings us back to baseball. Wash. Rinse. Repeat. Baseball is the one season I always feel a bit melancholy about ending. Baseball is with you daily for six...

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Will’s Whiteboard: Five things to watch in Penn State-Ohio State Game

When No. 9 Penn State and No. 4 Ohio State get together to play a football game, the East Coast takes notice. The game, an ever-growing rivalry, is must see TV, like heavyweight boxers exchanging blow after blow until someone claims the win. Both teams enter the game with Top 10 rankings. It is the...

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Who’s In Charge?

Parenting(v): the raising of a child. Merriam-Webster dictionary didn’t mention anything about controlling every aspect of your child’s life, including who coaches their sports teams. Therefore, I can’t figure out why there are so many examples of coaches being fired because of parental demands and complaints made to school boards. Big Names Not Immune Aliquippa,...

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