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  • No. 9 Penn State Rushes Past No. 24 Indiana, 34-27

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Quarterback Sean Clifford was responsible for three touchdowns and running back Journey Brown rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown to lead No. 9 Penn State to a 34-27 win over No. 24 Indiana Saturday afternoon in Beaver Stadium.   Clifford's 1-yard touchdown run on fourth down with 1:44 remaining capped an 18-play, 75-yard drive that consumed 9 minutes, 1 second in the fourth quarter to give Penn State (9-1, 6-1 Big Ten) a 10-point lead...
  • Clifford, Freiermuth Lead No. 6 Penn State Past Michigan State, 28-7

    EAST LANSING, Mich. – Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford (Cincinnati, Ohio) threw four touchdown passesand tight end Pat Freiermuth (Merrimac, Mass.) caught three of them as the No. 6 Nittany Lions defeatedMichigan State, 28-7, on a rainy Saturday
  • No. 7 Penn State Holds Off No. 16 Michigan, 28-21

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Quarterback Sean Clifford (Cincinnati, Ohio) was responsible all four Nittany Lion touchdowns and No. 7 Penn State held off a second-half Michigan charge to defeat the No. 16 Wolverines, 28-21.
  • No. 10/9 Penn State Wins at No.17/18 Iowa, 17-12

    IOWA CITY, Iowa – Relentless pressure from defensive tackle Robert Windsor (Fond Du Lac, Wisc.), a pair of
    second-half takeaways and big fourth-quarter runs led
    No. 10/9 Penn State to a 17-12 win over No. 17/18 Iowa Saturday night in Kinnick Stadium.
  • No. 12/11 Penn State Stifles Purdue, 35-7

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – A fast start on offense and a voracious pass rush that totaled 10 sacks led Penn State
    to a 35-7 victory over Purdue in Big Ten football action Saturday afternoon in Beaver Stadium.
  • No. 12/11 Penn State Blanks Maryland, 59-0

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford (Cincinnati, Ohio) threw for 398 yards and threetouchdowns in less than three quarters of action to lead the No. 12/11 Nittany Lions (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten) pastMaryland, 59-0, in the Big Ten footb
  • No. 13/11 Penn State Defeats Pittsburgh, 17-10

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – No. 13/11 Penn State used a 13-play, 88-yard touchdown drive in the third quarterand a late goal line stand in the fourth to secure a 17-10 victory over Pittsburgh in front of a “Stripe Out” crowd of108,661 Saturda
  • Nittany Lions' Friermuth receives John Mackey Award Honors

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Sophomore tight end Pat Freiermuth (Merrimac, Mass.) was selected as the John Mackey Award Tight End of the Week for his efforts in Penn State’s 45-13 win over Buffalo Sept. 7. Freiermuth was a key cog in the Penn State
  • Penn State Football Preview: Part 2

    Penn State Football Preview: Part 2

  • Penn State Football Preview 2019: Part 1

    Penn State has one of the most recognizable football teams in the NCAA, but has had troubles within the last few seasons trying to make the college football playoffs, and this year is no different.
  • Sanders, McSorley Shine at Penn State 2019 Pro Day

    Thirty NFL teams traveled to Happy Valley to check out the talent at Penn State on Tuesday.

  • LG&T: Penn State vs. Kentucky Citrus Bowl

    University Park, P.A. - Despite the disappointment of falling just short for a third straight New Year Six bowl bid, No.12 Penn State football is in prime position to match program history against No. 14 University of Kentucky, in the Citrus Bowl on New Year's Day. The Nittany Lions will look for a third consecutive 10 win and top 10 season for the first time since Joe Paterno led the team, in 1982. 

  • LG&T The Legacy McSorley Will Leave Behind at Penn State

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    University Park, P.A. - All good things eventually come to an end right? Well, for Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley, his historic tenure at PSU will come to an end on Tuesday, January 1.

  • Syracuse, Penn State Heading To Orlando Bowl Games

    Syracuse and Penn State are both heading to Orlando bowl games, the Camping World Bowl and Citrus Bowl respectively.

  • Penn State Dominates Maryland On Senior Day

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – A stifling defensive effort and balanced offensive attack helped No. 12 Penn State close the regular season on a winning note, as the Nittany Lions defeated Maryland, 38-3, in Big Ten football action on Senior Day at Beaver Stadium.   The 21 members of the Penn State (9-3, 6-3 Big Ten) senior class wrapped up their careers with a 25-3 record at Beaver Stadium in the last four years. Senior quarterback Trace McSorley, Penn State's all-time wi...

  • LG&T: Penn State Wins Over Big 10 Rival Rutgers

    The No. 14 Penn State Nittany Lions traveled to New Brunswick, NJ to take on conference rival Rutgers on Saturday, defeating the Scarlet Knights 20-7. 

  • LG&T: Penn State Outlasts Iowa 30-24

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – A gutsy effort by senior quarterback Trace McSorley, big stops on defense and three 40-plus yard field goals by true freshman kicker and Iowa native Jake Pinegar led No. 17/16 Penn State past No. 18 Iowa, 30-24, in Big Ten football action Saturday in Beaver Stadium.

  • LG&T: Nittany Lions Fall 1 Point Short To Rivalry Ohio State

    University Park, P.A. - Senior quarterback Trace McSorley totaled a school-record 461 total offense yards (286 passing, 175 rushing) to lead No. 9 Penn State, but No. 4 Ohio State rallied late in the fourth quarter for a 27-26 victory in Big Ten football action Saturday night in front of a Beaver Stadium-record 110,889 fans.

  • ESPN's College GameDay: OSU @ PSU

    University Park, P.A. - The most anticipated college football game of the week has turned into one of the most anticipated games of the year. Penn State and Ohio state resume their rivalry on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The last two years Penn State and Ohio State have been the Big Ten's best teams and the 2018 year brings two undefeated teams onto the field at Beaver Stadium. 

  • LG&T: Penn State Grabs Their Best Start Since 2015

    CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – No. 10/9 Penn State totaled 387 rushing yards, led by 200 yards and three touchdowns from junior running back Miles Sanders, as it defeated Illinois, 63-24, Friday night in Memorial Stadium in the Big Ten football opener for both teams Penn State (4-0, 1-0 Big Ten)  put the game out of reach with 42 unanswered points in the second half, with 35 coming in the fourth quarter.

  • LG&T: McSorley on Record Pace, Leads Penn State to 3-0 Start

    Senior quarterback Trace McSorley accounted for five touchdowns as No. 11/10 Penn State football totaled 643 yards of total offense in a 63-10 victory over Kent State in non-conference football action Saturday afternoon in front of 106,528 fans at Beaver Stadium.

  • LG&T: Nittany Lions March in Pittsburgh

    Penn State never trailed as success in all three phases of the game and a dominant second half led the Nittany Lions to a 51-6 victory over Pittsburgh on a rainy Saturday night at Heinz Field.

  • Levene Gouldin & Thompson: Penn State Opener an OT Victory

    A rushing touchdown from Miles Sanders and an interception in the end zone by Amani Oruwariye secured a thrilling 45-38 overtime victory for No. 10/9 Penn State over Appalachian State in front of 105,232 roaring fans in Saturday's football season opener at Beaver Stadium.

  • Coach James Franklin Is Confident In Penn State For The 2018 Season

    University Park, P.A. - The wait is almost officially over, it's almost September and that means football is just days away. High school football starts tomorrow, the NFL pre season wraps up this week and college football is in full swing this upcoming weekend. With that being said, the Penn State Nittany Lions take the field at home on Saturday September 1 to kick off the start of their 2018 season.  

  • LG&T: Penn State Takes Offense to Shots at 2018 Defense

    As Penn State’s first test of the 2018 season inches closer, it seems there are more questions than answers regarding the Nittany Lion defense.

  • Penn State's Offense Young, But Ready

    After a pair of back-to-back 11-win seasons, Penn State Nittany Lions start the 2018 ranked No. 9 in the Amway Coaches Poll and No. 10 in the Associated Press poll.

  • Levene Gouldin & Thompson: Trace McSorley, Not your Average QB

    When Coach Franklin first saw Trace McSorely, a Briar Woods High School quarterback standing at just 6-feet and weighing around 200 pounds who already had a Virginia State Championship to his name, he said he took a chance by not following what his eyes were telling him, and followed his heart.

  • Preview of what's in store for the 2018 Nittany Lions

    State College, P.A. - The Penn State Nittany Lions have one of the best quarterbacks in the country, Trace McSorley and a favorable schedule. With that combined combo, this year's team has a lot of potential to have a lights out 2018 season. 

  • Penn State's Trace McSorley Claims Preseason Honors

    University Park, P.A. - Senior quarterback Trace McSorley who has thrown a touch-down pass in 28 straight games with Penn State, the longest active streak in FBS, was the only unanimous selection among the 10 players named to the Big Ten preseason honors list. 

  • Fox 40 Covers Penn State Pro Day

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    Penn State Pro Day

  • Fox 40 Coverage At Penn State Pro Day

    Fox 40 Coverage At Penn State Pro Day

  • Penn State Football readies for PlayStation Fiesta Bowl

    9th ranked, Penn State Football looks to become the next PlayStation Fiesta Bowl champion, Saturday, as they take on a tough opponent in, 12th ranked, Washington.