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February 24, 2018

The Steve Jones Show:

Alabama National Champions -

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Collins Elected to CFB HOF! -

Monday, January 8, 2018

Dick Enberg Dead at 82 -

Friday, December 22, 2017

Charissa Thompson to appear on Steve Jones Show

Charissa Thompson will make an appearance on the Steve Jones Show Friday September 23rd.  Thompson can be seen Sunday mornings as the in-studio host of Fox NFL Kickoff.  A sports fan at heart, Thompson has also shown the impressive versatility to crossover into the entertainment realm of television. After a series of part-time opportunities, she was named a permanent co-host for the evening Hollywood news magazine, Extra, in June of 2014. In that capacity, she records episodes at Universal Studios, while also staffing awards shows and other celebrity gatherings on a regular basis. (Bio courtesy of Fox Sports)

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Wartman-White Out For Season

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – GoPSUSports.com – Senior linebacker Nyeem Wartman-White will miss the remainder of the 2016 season after suffering an injury against Temple Saturday. The Philadelphia native had a strong return after missing nearly all of the 2015 season with an injury. He had 14 tackles, including 3.5 tackles for loss and a half-sack. Wartman-White also had two pass breakups. In 2014, Wartman-White ended the season as the team’s second-leading tackler behind All-American Mike Hull.  His 75 tackles in 2014 more than doubled his previous career high, with his 6.2 stops per game ranking 28th in the conference. He grabbed…

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Penn State 34, Temple 27

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – GoPSUSports.com – Trace McSorley connected on 18-of-24 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown, including a pair of 52-yard throws and the Penn State defense held Temple to 38 yards rushing, as the Nittany Lions defeated Temple, 34-27, in front of a “Stripe Out” crowd Saturday afternoon in Beaver Stadium. Penn State (2-1, 0-0 Big Ten) led Temple (1-2, 0-0 American) by as many as two touchdowns in the first half, as Chris Godwin totaled 111 yards and a touchdown in the first 30 minutes. The Owls capitalized on Nittany Lion miscues in the second half to…

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PSU Comeback Falls Short

PITTSBURGH, PA (UPI) – Penn State wouldn’t lie down but Pittsburgh wouldn’t be denied. Quadree Henderson returned a fourth-quarter kickoff 84 yards to set up James Conner’s second touchdown of the game and Pittsburgh held on to beat Penn State 42-39 on Saturday in Pittsburgh. With Penn State nearing field goal range, Pittsburgh safety Ryan Lewis intercepted Trace McSorley’s pass in the end zone with 1:15 left to secure the win in the first meeting of the two rivals since 2000. George Aston added two touchdowns for the Panthers (2-0) who stayed ahead with a punishing ground game. Saquon Barkley…

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Texas 2OT Win Over Irish

By Chip Patterson/CBSSports.com Texas will be in every top 25 poll that exists on Tuesday. That little number hasn’t been beside the Longhorns’ name since they lost to BYU as the No. 25 team in polls on Sept. 6, 2014. The little number means nothing in the big, complex picture of Texas football, but it does mark a return to contention, and that’s all that Charlie Strong needs in 2016. Texas wasn’t expected to win the Big 12, and trust me, no one saved a spot for the Longhorns in their projected College Football Playoff. But contention, standing eye-to-eye with…

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Bears Release Gould

By Sean Wagner-McGough/CBSSports.com – For the first time in forever, field goals at Soldier Field will no longer be as good as Gould. As first reported by ESPN’S Adam Schefter and confirmed by The Chicago Tribune, the Bears cut kicker Robbie Gould on Sunday night. In doing so, the Bears freed up $3 million in cap space. They also just parted ways with their all-time leader in points scored and their longest-tenured player — a distinction quarterback Jay Cutler now owns. In Gould’s career, which began in Chicago in 2005, he appeared in 166 games, connecting on 85.4 percent of…

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PSU Over Kent St 33-13

By Travis Johnson/STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Trace McSorley isn’t offended when he sees defenders packing the line of scrimmage, knowing their primary goal is to stop the electric running back lined up next to or behind him on any given play. The Penn State quarterback is content to build his own reputation as a playmaker, and eventually, a downfield-passer to be reckoned with. Although he and the rest of Penn State’s new-look offense started slowly in a 33-13 win over Kent State on Saturday, McSorley believes he made positive first steps toward that goal. “When you’ve got Saquon (Barkley)…

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D-Will New Sideline Reporter

GoPSUSports.com/UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. – Former Penn State standout Derrick Williams is joining the Penn State Sports Network broadcast team as a sideline reporter. Williams joins the Voice of the Nittany Lions, Steve Jones, and Penn State “Linebacker U.” legend Jack Ham on all broadcasts this season. Williams earned All-Big Ten first team honors in 2008 to go along with Walter Camp and Sporting News All-American second team accolades. One of the program’s most explosive playmakers, Williams ranks 12th in program history in receiving yards (1,743), fourth in receptions (161) and sixth in all-purpose yards (4,156). As a senior, Williams caught 44…

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Hanson Joins Jones

By Shawn Carey – Scott Hanson, host of the very popular Red Zone channel from NFL Network, will make an appearance on the Steve Jones Show Tuesday August 30th at 4:06pm EDT.  The show can be heard live on Newsradio 1070 WKOK (1070AM). Hanson was named the host of NFL RedZone during its inaugural season in 2009. Produced by NFL Network, NFL RedZone whips around every NFL game on Sunday afternoons delivering the touchdowns and most exciting moments live and in high definition. NFL RedZone and Hanson are widely praised by the fans and media. He is also the ringside…

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Chooch Traded To Dodgers

By R.J. Anderson/CBSSports.com – We’re now less than a week from the postseason eligibility deadline, meaning contenders have precious little time to do their last-minute shopping. The Los Angeles Dodgers checked an item off their list, agreeing to a trade that netted them catcher Carlos Ruiz from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for backstop A.J. Ellis, pitcher Tommy Bergjans, and a player to be named later. There’s a human element to the Phillies’ side, too — or so you’d like to think that part of the motivation here was allowing Ruiz, a franchise mainstay, to go play for a contender….

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