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Friday, April 7, 2017

2016 Blue-White Date Set

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; April 29, 2015 – The 2016 date has been set for one of the highlights of the Penn State sports calendar, the annual Blue-White Game presented by AAA. The Blue-White football game will be played Saturday, April 16, 2016 in Beaver Stadium. The intra-squad scrimmage is tentatively scheduled to kick in the early to mid afternoon. More details about Blue-White Game and related events will be announced after the 2015 regular season. The Nittany Lions concluded spring practice on April 18, with an estimated 68,000 fans attending the Blue-White Game, the nation’s third-largest spring football crowd this year….

Von Walker Offered Scholarship

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA./GoPSUSports.com – Junior Von Walker (Mill Hall, Pa.) has made the most of his time as a run-on linebacker for the Penn State football team. That hard work has culminated in a scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year by head coach James Franklin this week. “Von Walker is the example of everything that represents Penn State football,” Franklin said. “He is blue collar, hard-nosed, works his butt off day in and day out and always has positive energy at practice. He has improved as much as anybody on our team since we arrived. Make no mistake about it,…

RGIII Gets 5th Year in Washington

Elliott Smith CBSSports.com -Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan announced Monday that the team will pick up quarterback Robert Griffin III’s fifth-year option for the 2016 season, a move worth $16.155 million, per The Washington Post. The Redskins have already announced that Griffin will be the starter this season, and locking him up would not affect the team’s plans, if they have any, to draft a quarterback. NFL Media insider Albert Breer said the team views the option as a franchise tag of sorts. The risk comes in that if Griffin is hurt during this season, the Redskins would be on the…

PSU at OSU in Prime Time

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; April 23, 2015 – For the fourth consecutive season, Penn State and Ohio State will meet under the lights on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. The teams will meet at Ohio Stadium at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17. Previously announced, the Nittany Lions will host Rutgers in primetime on the Big Ten Network on Saturday, Sept. 19. The kick time is to be determined. In addition to airing on the ABC/ESPN family of networks, the game will also be available on the Penn State Sports Network and GoPSUsports.com. The Penn State-Ohio State clash annually is one of…

2015 Bucknell Bison Football Schedule

2015 Bucknell Football Schedule Sept. 5: Marist (Lewisburg, Pa.) Sept. 12: Duquesne (Lewisburg, Pa.) Sept. 19: at Cornell (Ithaca, N.Y.) Oct. 3: at VMI (Lexington, Va.) Oct. 10: Lehigh (Lewisburg, Pa.) Oct. 17: at Army West Point (West Point, N.Y.) Oct. 24: Georgetown (Lewisburg, Pa.) – Homecoming Oct. 31: at Lafayette (Easton, Pa.) Nov. 7: at Fordham (Bronx, N.Y.) Nov. 14: Holy Cross (Lewisburg, Pa.) Nov. 21: at Colgate (Hamilton, N.Y.) LEWISBURG, Pa. – Coming off its best season in nearly two decades, the Bucknell football program has released its 2015 schedule. The slate includes the first two games of…

Fox Sports’ Steve Brynes Dies at 56

Fox Sports announced Tuesday that NASCAR announcer Steve Brynes died at the age of 56. Byrnes had been battling head and neck cancer after he was diagnosed in August of 2013. Sunday’s race at Bristol was renamed the Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes. IndyCar drivers and NBC Sports anncouncers at the IndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach also showed support for the Fox announcer on Sunday during the race and broadcast. He joined Fox in 2001 as the network picked up NASCAR rights. He was to be the network’s lead announcer for Camping World Truck Series coverage in 2015….

Nathan Davis to Lead Bucknell Men’s Basketball

LEWISBURG, Pa. – Bucknell director of athletics and recreation John Hardt announced this evening that Nathan Davis has been hired to become the 21st head coach of the Bison men’s basketball program. Davis will be formally introduced at a press conference this Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in Sojka Pavilion. The press conference will be streamed live on Bison Vision on the Patriot League Network. Davis will be a familiar face to Bucknell fans, as he spent five years (2003-08) as the top assistant coach under Pat Flannery and was on the bench for the team’s historic NCAA Tournament victories in…

Hernandez Found Guilty of Murder

AP/CBSSports.com – Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday in the June 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd, and faces a sentence of life in prison without parole. After seven days of deliberation, the jury returned a guilty verdict shortly before 10:30 a.m. As the verdict was read by the foreperson, Hernandez’s girlfriend and mother and Lloyd’s mother began sobbing. Hernandez sat down as his lawyers stood around him. Hernandez was found guilty on all charges, including weapons charges. The jury ruled that he was guilty for reason of “extreme atrocity.”

Blue-White Parking Info

2015 Blue-White Game Public Parking Map UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; April 14, 2015 – Penn State officials have announced traffic and parking information for Saturday’s Blue-White Football Game presented by AAA in Beaver Stadium. Coach James Franklin and the Nittany Lions will culminate the 15 spring practices with the game kicking at 4:00 p.m. As in previous years, there will be no admission or game day parking fee for the Blue-White Game presented by AAA. The overnight RV lot off Park Avenue opens Friday, April 17 at 8 a.m. and is $60, cash only. Beaver Stadium parking lots will open on…

Polamalu Retires

Steelers safety Troy Polamalu informed owner Dan Rooney Wednesday that he has decided to retire from football, the Herald-Standard reports. “It’s all about family,” Polamalu said in a phone interview. “I live here in Pittsburgh now, and since the end of the season I’ve had a chance to enjoy my family on a level I never had before. It was awesome.” The Steelers had asked Polamalu, who carried an $8.25-million cap hit for 2015, to retire in February, but he resisted until this week. He dealt with a sprained knee ligament last season but believed he could still continue playing….