Penn State expands its spring playbook
A starting quarterback race won’t hinder the development of Penn State’s offense this spring, especially not with the experience returning elsewhere on the field.
Like the Big Ten’s leading receiver, Allen Robinson. Or the cadre of tall, athletic tight ends led by Kyle Carter. Or 1,000-yard rusher Zach Zwinak.
St. Francis will honor five greats
Five St. Francis men’s basketball greats have been elected to the second class of the school’s Golden Era Hall of Fame.
A 16-member committee selected Gene DeBerardinis, Ed Dugan, Joe Hazinsky, Len Murray and Ed Winters for enshrinement June 29 in an on-campus ceremony.
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Frozen Four latest jewel for Pittsburgh
The Robert Morris logo will be unmistakable on the Consol Energy Center ice this weekend. It’s a red, white and blue reminder to the thousands college hockey fans expected to descend on Pittsburgh for the NCAA’s Frozen Four that the Steel City’s love of the game goes far beyond Mario Lemieux and Sidney Crosby.
Robert Morris investigation into Rice yields little
A Robert Morris internal investigation into former basketball coach Mike Rice found no evidence of the “coaches against player” brawls alleged by an ex-Rutgers employee, though one former Colonial contacted by the school claims Rice used anti-gay slurs on several occasions and engaged in a shoving match with a player during halftime of a game.
More fouls, less points mar college basketball
The nets are down and the confetti stopped flying. It’s safe to open your eyes again, basketball fans.
Yes, 2012-13 has been one ugly season.
Robert Morris will address concerns with Rice era
Robert Morris hopes to address this week allegations of physical confrontations with players and former coach Mike Rice during his three seasons with the Colonials.
Rutgers AD resigns amid basketball video scandal
The Rutgers basketball scandal claimed two more university officials on Friday, including the athletic director and an interim senior vice president, who were involved in a decision to “rehabilitate” rather than fire the coach whose abusive behavior was captured on a video.
Nittany Lions short of linebackers
There was a time at Penn State, not so long ago, when the loss of a high school linebacker recruit – no matter how decorated – would barely be noticed on the depth chart the following fall.
But not this year at Linebacker U. Not with the Nittany Lions’ scholarship roster cut because of NCAA sanctions.
O'Brien tries to keep Penn State focus on football
Amid all the bickering at Penn State over the delicate issues related to football, the program itself is often left stuck in the middle.
Coach Bill O’Brien would like all sides – no matter what their position – to keep that in mind before the next exchange of verbal volleys.
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