Talking Penn State and College Football History: Chuck Servino

This week’s feature interview on the podcast is the epitome of what college athletics is all about. Chuck Servino played college football at Kentucky from 1973-1977 and was a member of that great Kentucky team in 1977. Chuck discussed with Rex and Brian how he thought about leaving the football program at Kentucky, but hung...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: Mickey Shuler

When you talk about the greatest tight ends in Penn State history, three individuals come to mind: Kyle Brady, Ted Kwalick and our guest this week, Mickey Shuler, Sr. Mickey was voted the 22nd all-time best player in New York Jets history by ESPN in 2011. Listen to Rex and Brian discuss the 1975 Penn...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: Carson Long

Rex and Brian discuss the 45th anniversary of the 1975 Pitt football season. This season was important as it was the prelude into the last Pitt Panther national championship team in 1976. Carson Long, Pitt’s kicker on both the 1975 and 1976 teams is interviewed by Rex and Brian. Carson is an interesting story and...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: Frank Case

A discussion of the 1980 Penn State team has to include one of the unique stories in Penn State history. As Rex wrote in his book The Forgotten Seasons: Penn State Football 1977-1978, the way Frank Case became a starter in the 1980 season is amazing. Also relive the trials he faced during that season...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: Tom Rafferty

For those Penn Sate and Dallas Cowboy fans, along with other football enthusiasts, we have Tom Rafferty for you this week. Rafferty is remembered most for his contributions on the Dallas Cowboy offensive line, but he did play at Penn State in 1975 and Rex and Brian are celebrating the 45th anniversary of that Penn...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: Coach Jerry Moore

What was the greatest upset in college football history? Without a doubt, Appalachian State’s victory over Michigan in the “Big House” on September 1, 2007. Many sports news organizations rated this as the greatest upset, including ESPN. However, nobody gave an interview to App State’s head coach Jerry Moore. The guys at PennSports.LIVE did and...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: John Wangler Interview

Rex and Brian are honoring the 40th anniversary of the 1980 Michigan season. This season culminated in Bo Schembechler’s first bowl win which was also his first Rose Bowl victory. We have John Wangler on today to discuss that season and his career. Wangler was the quarterback of the 1980 team while playing from 1976-1980....

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: Herb Menhardt Interview

Good morning once again, fellow sports fans and historians!  Our boys never disappoint us;  this week they have had the honor of speaking to legendary Penn State kicker Herb Menhardt!  Herb played for the lions from 1976 through 1980, and is best known for when his famed fifty-four yard field goal turned the 1979 season...

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Talking Penn State and College Football History: John Andress Interview

Good morning, Penn State fans and fellow sports historians! Rex and his faithful sidekick Brian Heckert have an extra-special treat for you today. They have had the rare and unique opportunity to speak with none other than 1975 Penn State quarterback John Andress, and they are pleased to share that interview with their esteemed audience....

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