Michigan coach, in a conscious attempt to avoid delivering bulletin board fodder, is muting the cliches.
by: Shelly Stallsmith, York Daily Record — York Daily Record 1h
Nittany Lions' offense had brief moments of goodness against Michigan State.
by: The Associated Press — Altoona Mirror 2h
After four of the top eight teams lost, The Associated Press college football poll had a new look behind No. 1 Alabama, with Ohio State reaching No. 2, LSU jump
by: John McGonigal — Centre Daily 2h
James Franklin’s Penn State Nittany Lions are double-digit betting favorites
by: Chris Lucia — SB Nation: Black Shoe Diaries 2h
Deep, deep sigh
by: Matt Lingerman | The Daily Collegian — The Daily Collegian 4h
For the first time since the 2015 season, when the teams didn't meet, Penn State and Iowa will not have a primetime kick off.
by: Barry Leonard Jr. — Fansided: Victory Bell Rings 4h
Penn State football heads to Indiana this week with the task of ending a two-game losing streak. After blowing consecutive fourth-quarter leads and suffe...
by: Sports Network — NCAA: Go PSU sports 5h
The No. 18/16-ranked Nittany Lions welcome Iowa to Beaver Stadium for the Military Appreciation game Oct. 27 with kick time set for 3:30 p.m. on either ABC or ESPN (network will be determined Oct. 20). In addition, the game will also be available on the..
by: Greg Pickel | firstname.lastname@example.org — Penn Live 6h
He was previously committed to Fordham.
by: Joe Juliano — Philly.com 7h
Saturday's last-minute defeat raised questions about the Nittany Lions' ability to keep a fourth-quarter lead.
by: Jarrod Prugar — DK on Pittsburgh Sports: DK Pittsburgh Sports 8h
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Dating back to 2014, James Franklin's first year in Happy Valley, Penn State has lost two or more games in a row four out of five years.
by: Chris Solari, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 10h
Looking back at Michigan State football's 21-17 comeback upset at Penn State and looking ahead to the Spartans' game with Michigan football.
by: DONNIE COLLINS — Times-Tribune 13h
Quarterbacks: Michigan State wanted to at least temper what Trace McSorley could do offensively, and it succeeded. The senior rushed for just 37 yards, and he didn’t get much going in the passing game, throwing for 192 against a pass defense that had been