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July 6, 2022

Steve: Big Ten Hit ‘Home Run’ it Needed for Expansion

Steve says the Big Ten hit the ‘home run’ it needed for expansion.

Scarcella on USC/UCLA News: ‘I Wonder What’s Happening at ND’

Reading Eagle’s Rich Scarcella is wondering what’s happening behind the scenes at Notre Dame considering today’s USC/UCLA Big Ten news.  

Sauber Thinks Penn State Football ‘Has Turned the Page’

Centre Daily Times’ Jon Sauber thinks Penn State football has finally turned the page and is ready to take the next step, after last year’s 7-6 season.

Steve: Men’s Basketball Reseat Will Benefit Program

Steve says the Penn State Men’s Basketball reseat will benefit the program in the long run.

Coolong: Myles Jack Could Make Steelers No. 1 D on Paper

USA Today’s Neal Coolong says new Steelers LB Myles Jack could make the team the no. 1 defense from a talent standpoint if he plays to his potential.

Steve: Big Ten Could Move to 3-5-5 Structure Like ACC

Steve says he could see the Big Ten following the ACC’s newly announced 3-5-5 model that includes one division and three primary opponents.

NHLN’s Jensen: Penguins Possible Landing Spot for Gaudreau

NHL Network’s Pete Jensen says the Penguins could be a possible landing spot for the top free agent, Calgary’s Johnny Gaudreau.

Penn State Announces Men’s Basketball Reseat Ahead of 2022-23 Season

2022-23 Men’s Basketball Reseat Information and FAQs   UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Penn State Athletics department will do a full reseat of all season ticket seat locations at the Bryce Jordan Center ahead of the 2022-23 Penn State men’s basketball season. The reseating process will take place in late August.   What is a reseat? Reseat is a process where all season ticket holders in the arena select new seats. Everyone who places a seat deposit will receive an appointment window when they will select from any available seats in the arena. Appointment windows will be determined by Nittany Lion…

Wogenrich: More Involvement From Schools Would Help NIL

SI.com’s Mark Wogenrich says it would help NIL if schools could become more involved in the process.

Mack: Steelers Going to Stick with Trubisky

93.7 The Fan’s Chris Mack says as long as the Steelers are in the playoff race, they’ll stick with Mitchell Trubisky at quarterback.