It's no secret offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead remains a hot commodity on the coaching market.
At the start of every school year Tommy Stevens would stand with his friends and take the obligatory first day of school photo.
It's no secret James Franklin is a stickler for details and that carries all the way down to No. 10 Penn State's bowl scenarios.
The fans stayed until the last snap was completed, cheering along with the Nittany Lion mascot and waiting for another glimpse of this 2017 team.
Penn State had this one wrapped up after the first half for all intents and purposes.
For one in season week the Nittany Lions had the luxury of having a little downtime.
Long before he was working at multiple linebacker spots for the Nittany Lions, sophomore Cam Brown had to anchor the offensive line.
Offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead delivered more than just the game plan to the Nittany Lions when he met with the players following the win against Rutgers.
The Nittany Lions took care of business against Nebraska last weekend and in doing so held onto their No. 10 spot.
Manny Bowen hasn't suited up for the past two games due to a violation of team rules and he won't play this weekend either.
With each carry the anticipation grows, making many wonder what the Nittany Lions' backfield could look like after the next two games.
It was a quick trip around the perimeter of Penn State’s student section for Juwan Johnson, slapping hi fives and thanking those who stayed.
Every week he's been part of the gameplan and Tommy Stevens said there hasn't been a game where he hasn't felt prepared to execute his role.
It's one final home game, a last chance for Beaver Stadium to get some use before getting winterized shortly after the No. 10 Nittany Lions run off the field.
Any hopes Penn State had of rounding out a strong 2014 recruiting class hinged on the newly hired James Franklin and staff staying holed up at the Penn Stater.
As the Nittany Lions get ready to usher out their senior class ahead of their final home game of the season, cornerbacks coach Terry Smith will watch as his meeting...
Penn State's players concluded Wednesday night's workout with all eyes focused on freshman offensive lineman CJ Thorpe.
Life as a fifth-year senior means DaeSean Hamilton has experienced the ups and downs of college football, so much so that teammates apparently are lining up to talk to him.