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Taking the good with the bad

October 12, 2015 There are a lot of interesting topics for local sports fans right now, so let’s tackle them with some good news and bad news. more »»

There's a gameplan to beating Arrieta

October 7, 2015 Get up there and hack away. Swing early and often — at strikes. Be aggressive at the start of at-bats. Don’t fall behind in the coun. more »»

PSU’s Franklin positively needs better offense

October 5, 2015 Let’s recap the last week for the Penn State football program. Trent Dilfer says Christian Hackenberg is in a bad situation. Hackenberg and the offense look bad in Saturday’s 20-14 win over Army. more »»

Injuries a huge concern for Lions

September 28, 2015 Looking back on Saturday and ahead to this week and beyond for the Penn State football team. more »»

Like the line, but worried about Hack

September 21, 2015 Looking back on Saturday and ahead to this week and beyond for the Penn State football team. Looking back n 5 things to like 1. more »»

Barkley solid, but Lynch should start

September 14, 2015 Looking back on Saturday and ahead to this week and beyond for the Penn State football team. Looking back n 5 things to like 1. more »»

Curve counting on strong starting pitching

September 9, 2015 Fate is on Chad Kuhl’s side this year, which could be a good omen for the Curve as they begin their quest for an Eastern League championship tonight. more »»

Can Penn State adjust to Hackenberg?

September 7, 2015 There’s plenty of blame to go around for Penn State’s humiliating offensive performance in Saturday’s 10-sack, 27-10 loss to Temple. There’s also one very important question. more »»

Huff hopes Lions will be ‘special’ this year

August 23, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK — Charles Huff is a really smart guy and a really good football coach, but he learned a valuable lesson last year about how not to talk the talk unless you can walk the walk. more »»

Future looks bright for PSU hoops

August 18, 2015 TIPTON — There’s more to be excited about regarding the future of Penn State basketball than there has been in a long time. The key word in that sentence is “future. more »»

Departures hurt, but season a big success

August 3, 2015 This had the makings of a very special season for the Curve, until the Pirates moved a bunch of the team’s best players up to Triple-. more »»

Franklin on right path to succeed

August 2, 2015 CHICAGO — Make a checklist of everything you’d want in a college football coach for the modern era, and consider how Penn State’s James Franklin stacks up. Elite recruiter? That’s easy. more »»

Average will be good for line

August 1, 2015 CHICAGO — Penn State’s offensive line should be absolutely, positively at least slightly above average this season. That should come as wonderful news to Nittany Lion fan. more »»

Giger: Mercer's injury another blow to Bucs' infield

July 20, 2015 It looked like a dirty play to me, and now the Pirates have a world of infield problems that aren’t going away any time soon. Brewers baserunner Carlos Gomez had no chance to reach second base. more »»

Bell impressive, but still has work to do

July 14, 2015 There’s a difference between looking at stats and thinking a minor leaguer is ready to be promoted, versus actually watching the guy play and seeing he still has some key things to work on. more »»

Fallout from Curve switching mascots

July 13, 2015 Steamer is not going away. more »»

'Daniel Tiger' an example of children’s programming excellence

July 5, 2015 Television is bad for kids, and it will rot their brains. Right? That's an outdated myth that many parents hear over and over but actually isn't true -- if your kids are watching the right kind of TV. more »»

Altoona helped by Pirates’ depth in minor leagues

May 31, 2015 Keon Broxton was a much more productive player at the Double-A level than even Andrew McCutchen. more »»

Steamer one of Curve’s top successes

April 8, 2015 There are so many ways in life that your perspective changes once you have kids, and how you view sports mascots is certainly one of them. Steamer has always been a neat little novelty to me. more »»

Curry content with retirement

March 27, 2015 BRADENTON, Fla. — There’s an unmistakable hint of sadness in Matt Curry’s voice, which is understandable. But there are no regrets. more »»

College hoops has big problem it must correct

March 19, 2015 Today and tomorrow are the two best sports days of the year for huge college basketball fans like me, but there’s a harsh reality that’s become increasingly clear this season. more »»

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