For the second straight year, Penn State has managed to land the top running back from Virginia.Four-star rusher Devyn Ford made the call on Friday afternoon, announcing for the Nittany Lions at a…
by: Ben Jenkins | The Daily Collegian — The Daily Collegian 18 May
After a late swing, the Nittany Lions land one of the nation’s top running backs.
by: Marty Leap — SB Nation: Black Shoe Diaries 18 May
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by: Greg Pickel | email@example.com — Penn Live 18 May
Devyn Ford had a "great" visit to Penn State back in February. Now, near the end of May, he's the fifth member of the Nittany Lions' recruiting Class of 2019. The Fredericksburg, Va., North Stafford running back verbally committed to...
by: John McGonigal — Centre Daily 18 May
For the third time in the last four recruiting cycles, Penn State has nabbed a top-three running back.
by: Tom Schad — USA Today 18 May
Legendary Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne says it's time for the school to honor former coach Frank Solich, a little less than 15 years after his acrimonious exit. Solich has been invited to a dinner in Omaha to receive the Tom Osborne Award.
by: Duane Rankin — The Commercial Appeal 18 May
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, speaking to school kids in his native Hawaii, said he had planned to leave the Tide if he didn't play in the national championship game, according to a Hawaii News Now report.
by: N/A — Philly.com 18 May
Lackawanna College's Jaquan Brisker, rated as the nation's No. 1 juco safety by one site, is the fourth recruit to commit to the Nittany Lions' incoming class of 2019.
by: Audrey Snyder — DK on Pittsburgh Sports: DK Pittsburgh Sports 18 May
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Across the nation as teams struggle to fill college football stadiums, Penn State has been able to buck the troubling trend.
by: Mark Wogenrich — The Morning Call 18 May
Nazareth's Jahan Dotson tried to race through a poorly timed case of food poisoning, which cut short his time at the District 11 track & field championships.
by: Patrick Burns | The Daily Collegian — The Daily Collegian 18 May
The Nittany Lions’ 2019 recruiting class now stands at four members.