Sophomore QB is becoming a team leader.
According to an Athlon Sports Poll, Penn State's football stadium ranks 10th out of 15 stadiums.
Penn State head football coach James Franklin tackles questions leading up to season.
Former Cal AD hired at Penn State.
Dave Joyner is scheduled to retire August 1st.
James Franklin sets pre-training camp depth chart for Nittany Lions.
Outgoing Penn State director of athletics, Dave Joyner sits down with WTAJ to reflect on his controversial tenure.
The Nittany Lions will play Georgia State and Kent State in future seasons.
Nittany Lions TEs Focus On Blocking in Offseason.
Hull enters 2014 with 154 career tackles after career-best 78 stops in 2013.
More than $140,000 raised by Penn State Uplifting Athletes.
Nittany Lions TE Jesse James steals the show at Lift for Life.
The 12th edition of the fundraiser sets record for money raised.
Award given to top defensive back in college football.
Hear from Penn State football players about the event that raises money to help fight kidney cancer.
Nittany Lions Tied for National Lead With Three NCAA Championships; Win Eight Big Ten Titles For Second Consecutive Year.
Juniors Kyle Carter and Jesse James were both named to the preseason Mackey Award watch list that honors the nation’s top collegiate tight end.
Penn State sophomore quarterback Christian Hackenberg (Palmyra, Va.) and junior cornerback Jordan Lucas (New Rochelle, N.Y.) were selected to the Maxwell Award and Bednarik Award Watch Lists, respectively, presented by the Maxwell Football Club.
Classic Blue and White look lands atop NFL.com rankings.
QB Christian Hackenberg tabbed top passer.
Nittany Lions open season October 10th against Connecticut.
Penn State guard selected for camp for top 30 college players.
The Big Ten expanded to 14 institutions on Tuesday when Maryland and Rutgers became official members of the conference.
The committee is tasked with finding a replacement for Dave Joyner, who announced plans to retire earlier in June.
K.C. Kantz chats with Penn State's head football coach.
K.C. Kantz sits down with the Nittany Lions head football coach.
Robinson was the second wide receiver selected by the team in the second round after the Jaguars selected Marqise Lee from Southern California with the 39th overall pick.
Taylor is only the second Penn Stater to ever to be named Big Ten Male Athlete of the Year since the honor's inception in 1982, joining men's gymnast Luis Vargas, who won the award in 2005.
Final day will be Aug. 1
Equipment manager Brad "Spider" Caldwell retires after 31 years with team.
"Spider" has been the equipment manager for the Nittany Lions since 1983.
Sophomore Madison Cyr earns second All-America honor of the year.
Nittany Lion duo beats Memphis pair to move into doubles round of 16.
All-America LB Shane Conlan is 17th Penn State player inducted into College Football Hall of Fame.
Penn State football coach James Franklin returns to East Stroudsburg, where he went to college and played football.
Crown is Penn State's second in a row and fifth overall.
Former PSU DT DaQuan Jones having fun at rookie camp.
Nittany Lions falls 7-6 to Michigan State on senior day.
It's the second time in NCAA D1 baseball history that a team has pulled off two triple plays in one game.
PSU WR Geno Lewis working to replace Allen Robinson.
Former Lady Lion guard Maggie Lucas was traded from the Phoenix Mercury to the Indiana Fever on Monday, in exchange for Indiana's 2015 second round draft pick.
DT DaQuan Jones wants to prove himself after being picked by the Titans in the 4th round.
Safety Malcom Willis lands in San Diego, OT Adam Gress gets shot in Pittsburgh.
PSU head football coach James Franklin motivated by late mother.
Hoosiers clinch share of Big Ten regular season title with win Sunday.
LB Glenn Carson to Arizona, OT Garry Gilliam to Seattle
First team All-Big Ten linemen are second and third Nittany Lions drafted in 2014.
The two-time B1G Receiver of the Year was taken by the Jags with the 61st overall pick (2nd round).
Penn State players hope to hear names called on NFL Draft's second day.
As Penn State prepares for their first NCAA Tournament bid since 2008, one player has his mind on his native Ukraine.