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    Raiders Trade Pryor to Seahawks

    By Ryan Willson, CBSSports.com – The Raiders have traded quarterback Terrelle Pryor to the Seahawks in exchange for a 2014 seventh-round pick, the team announced. ProFootballTalk.com adds that the 49ers were also in the running for Pryor’s services. Oakland reportedly would have released Pryor, a supplemental third-round pick in 2011, if it didn’t find a trade partner. Raiders coach Dennis Allen wasted little time naming Schaub his starter, and a short time later, Pryor reportedly asked to be traded. And now, a day before Oakland begins its off-season program, Pryor gets his wish. In three NFL seasons, Pryor started 10 games, completed 56 percent of his passes for…

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    The NCAA Hardship Waver Change

    The NCAA’s Leadership Council is making waves this week. The biggest headline from its annual meeting was the elimination on all food limits for players. Next up? An alteration in transfer guidelines. This isn’t a massive revision, but rather a tweak coaches have lobbied for in the past couple of years. And the rule change is not official yet. The amendment to current transfer rules has to do with hardship waivers and an ensuing sixth year of eligibility. The NCAA announced on Friday that hardship waivers — something players now apply for with regularity upon transferring from one place to another;…

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    4/10 Listen to PSU head football coach James Franklin

    PSU head football coach James Franklin

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    Where do college bball arenas rank?

    After four years, the rankings of best college basketball arenas are out.  Can you guess where Sojka Pavilion ranks? How about the Bryce Jordan Center? Check the list out here. 

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    DeSean Jackson to Washington

    The DeSean Jackson free agency tour ended up being a short one. After only one visit with one team, Jackson has decided where he’s playing next season. The former Eagles receiver agreed to terms on a deal with the Redskins. According to ESPN.com, Jackson’s deal with the team is for three years. Jackson flew into Washington on Monday and had dinner with Redskins general manager Bruce Allen. After eating, Jackson spent the rest of Monday night hanging out with DeAngelo Hall and Pierre Garcon. All of the courting worked because by Tuesday night, Jackson decided he was going to stick around. After the deal was agreed to, Hall was one…

Penn State and more

Butler v Pittsburgh

The NCAA Hardship Waver Change

Apr 18, 2014

The NCAA’s Leadership Council is making waves this week. The biggest headline from its annual meeting was the elimination on all food limits for players. Next up? An alteration in transfer guidelines. This isn’t a massive revision, but rather a tweak coaches have lobbied for in the past couple of years. And the rule change is not official yet. The amendment to current transfer rules has to do with hardship waivers and an ensuing sixth year of eligibility. The NCAA announced on Friday that hardship waivers — something players now apply for with regularity upon transferring from one place to another;…

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Where do college bball arenas rank?

Apr 8, 2014

After four years, the rankings of best college basketball arenas are out.  Can you guess where Sojka Pavilion ranks? How about the Bryce Jordan Center? Check the list out here. 

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National Letter of Intent Day – Filled

Feb 5, 2014

The board is complete! (photo courtesy of GoPSUSports.com) (GoPSUSports.com) Penn State head coach James Franklin announced the Nittany Lions’ 2014 recruiting class on today during a Signing Day celebration in the Lasch Football Building. Penn State welcomed 20 student-athletes who signed National Letters of Intent to join the football program. They join five Nittany Lions who enrolled in classes in January. Penn State’s Class of 2014 hail from 12 different states, spanning from Pennsylvania to Florida to Alabama and California. The Nittany Lions had three signees from New Jersey and Pennsylvania and two signees from Alabama, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. Eleven offensive…

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Raiders Trade Pryor to Seahawks

By Ryan Willson, CBSSports.com – The Raiders have traded quarterback Terrelle Pryor to the Seahawks in exchange for a 2014 seventh-round pick, the team announced. ProFootballTalk.com adds that the 49ers were also in the running for Pryor’s services. Oakland reportedly would have released Pryor, a supplemental third-round pick in 2011, if it didn’t find a trade partner. Raiders coach Dennis Allen wasted little time naming Schaub his starter, and a short time later, Pryor reportedly asked to be traded. And now, a day before Oakland begins its off-season program, Pryor gets his wish. In three NFL seasons, Pryor started 10 games, completed 56 percent of his passes for…

Butler v Pittsburgh

The NCAA Hardship Waver Change

The NCAA’s Leadership Council is making waves this week. The biggest headline from its annual meeting was the elimination on all food limits for players. Next up? An alteration in transfer guidelines. This isn’t a massive revision, but rather a tweak coaches have lobbied for in the past couple of years. And the rule change is not official yet. The amendment to current transfer rules has to do with hardship waivers and an ensuing sixth year of eligibility. The NCAA announced on Friday that hardship waivers — something players now apply for with regularity upon transferring from one place to another;…

bucknell_bison

Where do college bball arenas rank?

After four years, the rankings of best college basketball arenas are out.  Can you guess where Sojka Pavilion ranks? How about the Bryce Jordan Center? Check the list out here. 

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DeSean Jackson to Washington

The DeSean Jackson free agency tour ended up being a short one. After only one visit with one team, Jackson has decided where he’s playing next season. The former Eagles receiver agreed to terms on a deal with the Redskins. According to ESPN.com, Jackson’s deal with the team is for three years. Jackson flew into Washington on Monday and had dinner with Redskins general manager Bruce Allen. After eating, Jackson spent the rest of Monday night hanging out with DeAngelo Hall and Pierre Garcon. All of the courting worked because by Tuesday night, Jackson decided he was going to stick around. After the deal was agreed to, Hall was one…