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Escaping the Knight

by Brian Freas


Piscataway, N.J - When this game was scheduled back in April of 2009, it was merely going to feature these once familiar rivals in a non-conference tilt. Though, as we all know, this game took on much larger implications when Rutgers, along with Maryland, joined the Big 10 Eastern Division prior to this season. 

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Penn State vs. Rutgers Preview

Nittany Lions on the road to open Big Ten schedule; Rutgers make conference debut looking for upset

By Les Barnhart

Beaver Stadium opened its doors for the 2014 home season last weekend and welcomed Akron into town as well as the Nittany Lions new head James Franklin for his first ever game at the storied cathedral of Penn State lore.  On a warm and humid day not quite befitting of a football game, the Nittany Lions overcame the Zips but left more questions about what kind of team this will be unanswered.

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Bowl ban ends; Nittany Lions to be full strength next season

By Les Barnhart 

The face of the Big Ten and Penn State football changed again today when the NCAA announced that the Nittany Lions would be bowling again effective immediately and in no way did it have to do with pins or ugly rental shoes.     Following the second glowing review by former U.S. Senator George Mitchell, the news that one particular Valley, so very, very Happy.

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