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Penn State Football
  • Penn State overcomes distractions

    LANDOVER, Md. -- It was turning into quite a day of misadventures for Joe Paterno.
    Four players, including three starters, were late for their morning team bus, so the Penn State coach decreed they wouldn't play in the first half.

    November 20, 2010

  • Joe Paterno sticks with Matt McGloin at QB

    STATE COLLEGE — Penn State is sticking with Matt McGloin at quarterback for Saturday's game against Indiana. McGloin had two interceptions returned for touchdowns in the second half of last week's 24-point loss at No. 8 Ohio State, but coach Joe Paterno said Tuesday he played well overall, especially for a redshirt sophomore.

    November 16, 2010

  • CSS8A2.jpg Matchup pairs top QBs

    Two players who have traveled divergent paths to high-profile quarterback jobs will face each other Saturday at the Horseshoe.

    November 11, 2010 1 Photo

  • mcgloin.jpg JoePa turns to McGloin at QB

    With another career milestone in the books, coach Joe Paterno can devote his full attention to preparing Penn State's new starting quarterback for No. 8 Ohio State.

    November 9, 2010 1 Photo

  • joepa.jpg JoePa gets 400th victory

    That's 400 and counting for Joe Paterno. JoePa became the first major college coach with 400 victories when Penn State rallied from a three-touchdown deficit tonight to defeat Northwestern 35-21.

    November 6, 2010 1 Photo

  • 1psu.jpg McGloin shines in Penn State win

    Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson put on a performance worthy of all the pregame billing heading into Saturday night’s game at Penn State, and set a Big Ten record in the process.

    October 31, 2010 1 Photo

  • Hobbled Penn State could get three injured linebackers back

    For one week at least, Penn State players thought all jobs were wide open. It was partly a motivational tactic by coach Joe Paterno to fire up a largely lackluster team.

    October 19, 2010

  • Penn State's Sean Stanley charged with misdemeanor

    STATE COLLEGE — Penn State defensive end Sean Stanley has been charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession. University police say the 19-year-old sophomore was charged Monday with having a small amount of marijuana stemming from a police call to his on-campus apartment in late September.

    October 19, 2010

  • JoePa hurting Penn State's recruiting

    October 18, 2010

  • Critics beginning to hover at Penn State

    October 18, 2010