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Rudel: Nittany Lions are reinventing themselves

October 21, 2012 IOWA CITY, Iowa — Longtime fans who flipped on Penn State’s game Saturday night probably did a double-take. We all did. more »»

Rudel: Time to make some hay

October 20, 2012 Lost in the discussion of Bill O’Brien’s coach-of-the-year candidacy and why linebackers Michael Mauti and Gerald Hodges were left off a list of Lombardi candidates is the fact that it’s all... more »»

Rudel: Celebrating Beano, legend and friend

October 13, 2012 Beano Cook always used to joke that “once you hit 70, you’re in overtime. more »»

Rudel: Lions’ heartbeat rings a bell

October 7, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — All that’s been taken away from the Penn State football team has been well-documented, and rather than ruin your breakfast with an overdose of NCAA rehash, let’s shift to what... more »»

PSU-Northwestern highs, lows

October 7, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — Following are the highlights and lowlights from Penn State’s 39-28 victory over Northwestern on Saturday at Beaver Stadium: Play of the game: On third-and-goal from the Northwester... more »»

Rudel: Making adjustments an O’Brien strength

October 6, 2012 Halfway through his first season, there have been many things about Bill O’Brien that have been extremely impressive. more »»

Penn State Mailbag - October 3, 2012

October 5, 2012 Neil: I am in awe of Coach O’Brien’s player development of his underclassmen. more »»

Commentary: Illinois approach to Lions’ sanctions was wrong

September 29, 2012 Moments before kickoff, there’s a pre-game announcement made in most collegiate press boxes across the country reminding, “This is a working press box and according to the Football Writers... more »»

‘Coached up’ McGloin continues impressive growth

September 23, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — Matt McGloin entered the season as one of the more underappreciated quarterbacks in Penn State history. more »»

Penn?State’s 1982 team savors its place in history

September 22, 2012 The NCAA may have clouded Penn State’s immediate future, but it can’t take away its proud past. At least that’s how members of its first national championship team feel and rightly so. more »»

Video recap: PSU beats Temple, improves to 2-2

September 22, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK -- Cory Giger and Neil Rudel discuss Penn State's 24-13 win over Temple, which improved the Nittany Lions to 2-2 heading into Big Ten play next week at Illinoi. more »»

Penn State Mailbag - September 21, 2012

September 21, 2012 Neil: The Virginia game cemented my total bitterness towards the NCAA mandating that this team be gutted while still alive. more »»

Rudel: PSU’s defense doesn’t rest

September 16, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — On a gorgeous day at Beaver Stadium featuring one program responsible for our nation’s defense, Penn State was not to be outdone. more »»

Soggy memories of Navy’s last trip to PSU

September 15, 2012 George Welsh was in attendance for Penn State’s game at Virginia last week. more »»

Former assistant criticizes sanctions

September 15, 2012 The NCAA crackdown on Penn State for its handling of the Jerry Sandusky scandal did not sit well with former Virginia coach George Welsh, an ex-PSU assistant coach under Joe Paterno and Rip Engl. more »»

Penn State Mailbag - September 14, 2012

September 14, 2012 Hi, Neil: Do you think O’Brien calling his own plays contributes to some of this lack of success in the clutch? His calls on these sudden-change situations were sketchy at best. more »»

Rudel: Ability in clutch so far eludes PSU

September 9, 2012 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The numbers didn’t add up. more »»

Rudel: Ex-Altoona coach, PSU administrator still rooting for Lions (after today)

September 8, 2012 Frank Rocco’s family has become deeply entrenched in Virginia football. All three of his sons — Frank Jr., Dan and David — are head coaches in Virginia. Frank Jr. more »»

Penn State Mailbag - September 7, 2012

September 7, 2012 Neil: My biggest disappointments against Ohio were the play of our offensive and defensive lines. more »»

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