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Big East demise leaves West sad

March 17, 2013 Doug West arrived at Villanova in 1985 — when the Big East was at its peak. more »»

After 46 years, Ganter exits quietly

March 3, 2013 Fran Ganter agreed to an interview Friday morning and then changed his mind, saying he’d prefer to let the flattering press release Penn State issued earlier in the week stan. more »»

City rivalry remains special

February 15, 2013 None of the players in Thursday night’s Altoona-Bishop Guilfoyle boys basketball game were alive when the rivalry was not just a big deal on the local high school schedule, but the biggest dea. more »»

At PSU, Roof move sign of times

January 13, 2013 A week ago, Bill O’Brien was preparing an extended statement to the media on his reasoning for interviewing with the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns and his desire to remain the head... more »»

Rudel: NFL talk remains in air

January 8, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — So anxious was Bill O’Brien to clear up a few things from last week’s flirtation with the NFL that he didn’t wait for the Big Ten Network’s signal to cue Monday’s 9 a.m. more »»

Phipps getting healthier

January 8, 2013 Name: Aubrea Phipps School: Everett Age: 18 Grade: Senior Sport: Basketball Athlete of the week achievement: Phipps had 15 points and 12 rebounds in a win over Southern Huntingdon and 19 points in a... more »»

Rudel: PSU’s O’Brien does the right thing

January 5, 2013 The irony is amazing. Most of the Penn State football community spent the last 10-plus years eager for Joe Paterno, beloved as he was, to retire. more »»

Rudel: Taking a peek into PSU crystal ball

December 31, 2012 Our time-honored tradition of peering into our annual blue and white crystal ball to foresee what the coming year might bring was interrupted last year because, well, few in the Nittany Nation were... more »»

PSU wrapup: Rudel: Between O’Brien status, too many seats to fill, PSU in unfamiliar times

December 2, 2012 As the calendar turns to December, the Penn State football season and tumultuous past year in our rearview mirror, the Nittany Nation finds itself in uncharted territory. more »»

Rudel: O'Brien finishes off terrific debut

November 25, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — After Saturday’s thrilling 24-21 overtime victory over Wisconsin that triggered a wild midfield celebration, Bill O’Brien grabbed a microphone and yelled to the Beaver Stadium... more »»

Wisconsin a fitting curtain call for 2012

November 24, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — With the changes coming in the Big Ten by 2014, including presumed realignment of the Leaders and Legends divisions, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema was asked earlier this week if he’... more »»

Ridge falls just short in shootout with Karns City

November 24, 2012 CLARION — Big plays have hurt the Chestnut Ridge High School football team all season, and Lions coach Max Shoemaker was concerned entering Friday night’s PIAA Class AA first round playoff game that... more »»

Pep talk fires up Penn State

November 24, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — Like Knute Rockne, Penn State men’s basketball coach Patrick Chambers’ can give a good pep talk. more »»

D6 Class A championship preview

November 24, 2012 D6 Class A championship Who: Bishop McCort Crimson Crushers (9-3) vs. Bellwood-Antis Blue Devils (11-1) When: Tonight, 7 p.m. more »»

Bailey’s Rams top father’s Rangers for crown

November 24, 2012 Thanksgiving must have been a little different this year at the Bailey household, considering that father and son were a day away from squaring off for the District 6 Class AA championship. more »»

Berlin claims D5 title

November 24, 2012 SOMERSET — Drew Glotfelty ran for 162 yards on 36 carries and scored two touchdowns — the last on an 11-yard run with 5:07 remaining — to give Berlin Brothersvalley a 14-6 win over North Star on... more »»

Expansion helps, more than hurts, PSU

November 20, 2012 In trying to put together an Eastern all-sports conference 30-plus years ago with the likes of Pitt, West Virginia, Syracuse, Boston College, Temple and Rutgers, Joe Paterno often said he thought... more »»

Rudel: Lions’ heart goes out to Mauti

November 18, 2012 UNIVERSITY PARK — If you needed another reminder about how life sometimes isn’t fair, that example was on full display as senior linebacker Michael Mauti disappeared into the Beaver Stadium tunnel... more »»

Rudel: Officially, let’s cool it -- calls will balance out

November 17, 2012 The longer the past week went, the more I realized there would be no apology from the Big Ten or confirmation of a key missed call in Penn State’s loss to Nebraska. more »»

Rudel: Call, McGloin response mar classic battle

November 11, 2012 LINCOLN, Neb. — The most thoughtful insight on a football team often comes from its offensive linemen. more »»

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