STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- We've arrived at the top two in our countdown of the positions with the biggest question marks for Penn State. The top pick will be unveiled Friday. But up today is a group that wouldn't be a bad choice for No.
about 1230 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
As part of an ongoing series, NittanyNation will preview a different position leading up to the season opener against Syracuse on Saturday. Up today: Offensive linemen. Projected starters: Adam Gress (6-foot-6, 320 pounds), John Urschel (6-3, 301), Ty Howle (6-0, 293), Miles Dieffenbach (6-3, 295) and Donovan Smith (6-5, 322) Key losses: RT Mike Farrell and C Matt Stankiewitch Next in line: The Nittany Lions will use a rotation again this season, with Angelo Mangiro as the next man up when it comes to the interior.
about 1400 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
Eric Shrive came to Penn State as a five-star recruit, one of those can't-miss, 6-foot-6, 300-pound prospects at offensive tackle. Heading into his redshirt senior season, Shrive has yet to break into the starting lineup, though he will battle for the right tackle job next month in preseason camp.
about 1446 days ago | Brian Bennett | Penn State Nittany Lions
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Players' tweets start up a little after 4:30 a.m., that strange time when it's not quite day and not quite night. Traffic lights blink yellow along College Avenue, and -- outside of a whirring Herr's potato chip truck -- the roads are silent.
about 1600 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
Experts, fans and pundits will analyze every angle of the 2013 recruiting class in the coming weeks, but there will be no certainties there. There never are in recruiting. For every elite prospect who falls short, there's an Allen Robinson -- an under-the-radar, two-star prospect who exceeds all expectations.
about 1615 days ago | Josh Moyer | NCF On The Trail
Obviously, coaches hope every elite recruit they reel in becomes a star player and household name. But recruiting doesn't work like that. For every hit, there's a miss. So, NittanyNation decided to take a look at five big-name recruits -- from the 2006 class and on -- that never were.
about 1617 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
In spite of the sanctions, the Nittany Lions' recruiting class has held up remarkably well. It's currently ranked No. 24 in the nation and features the nation's top quarterback in Christian Hackenberg and top tight end in Adam Breneman.
about 1637 days ago | Josh Moyer | Penn State Nittany Lions
James McHale waited for the whistle at Wednesday's practice, surging forward and plowing over an unsuspecting teammate during one-on-one drills. A little while later, his coach approached him after he landed atop another teammate after pushing him to the turf.
about 1670 days ago | Josh Moyer | NCF On The Trail