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Bill Bowman's college sports column: Bill O'Brien weighing options
Getting a big-time coaching gig, in any sport, is all about timing, being hot at the right time. Whether it’s a top coordinator for a good team, or a hot-shot college coach, success will have people reaching for the phone.
Penn State notebook: Senior leader Mauti injures knee
Selinsgrove grad Keiser posts career-high in tackles
Tough two-week stretch awaits Penn State's basketball team
STATE COLLEGE — Penn State guard Talor Battle stood next to coach Ed DeChellis in the middle of a practice huddle at center court, offering direction to teammates as they readied for a brutally tough stretch of the Big Ten season.
QB drama top story at Penn State
Up for grabs at the start of the 2010 campaign, the Penn State quarterback job remains a question mark as the offseason begins.
Penn State Nittany Lions 2010 Football Schedule
Here is the 2010 football schedule for the Penn State Nittany Lions:
JoePa focused on recruiting
Joe Paterno says rumors regarding his future will not affect the way Penn State approaches recruiting.
College Football: Penn State falls to Florida in Outback Bowl
Joe Paterno and Urban Meyer met at midfield for a postgame handshake and hug, the 84-year-old Penn State coach looking forward to next season, the 46-year-old Florida coach heading toward some time away from the game.
Can the Lions’ D rebound?
Linebacker U. didn’t live up to its lofty standards this season. Penn State allowed an uncharacteristically high 164 rushing yards per game and lacked a pass rush. They were porous in the red zone, allowing foes to score 30 of 32 times inside the 20 (24 touchdowns).
No. 11 Spartans meet the Nittany Lions with eyes on a Big 10 title
STATE COLLEGE — Michigan State-Penn State is about so much more than the Land Grant Trophy this year, at least for the Spartans.
Joe Paterno says he's coming back in 2011
STATE COLLEGE — Joe Paterno says he plans to return as Penn State coach next season, putting an end to any speculation about retirement. The Nittany Lions meet No. 11 Michigan State in the regular-season finale on Saturday, leading some fans and writers to wonder if this would be the 83-year-old coach's last appearance at Beaver Stadium.
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