Micah Parsons should be getting ready for prom, but instead Penn State's freshman linebacker made his Beaver Stadium debut last Saturday.
It was a fleeting moment during one of Penn State's 15 spring practices, but it became clear -- Trace McSorley wasn't messing around.
Penn State wrapped up spring practice on Saturday and in the process continued to show flashes of what's ahead.
Trace McSorley played all but the final series of the first half and in doing so the Penn State defensive linemen were praised.
The Beaver Stadium video boards flashed with photos of all the freshmen as the incoming class lined the visiting sideline and was introduced to the crowd.
Penn State kicked off Blue-White weekend with a big boost on the recruiting trail.
LaVar Arrington was back at Penn State, but this time he wore a visor and sweatshirt.
If Penn State learned anything this spring it's that the cloudy picture at middle linebacker remains just that.
Sandy Barbour's mind was made up before the Nittany Lions headed back to Madison Square Garden and cut down the nets after winning the NIT.
Garrett Taylor came to Penn State with a four-star billing that had fans buzzing about the future of the secondary. His path to a potential starting role is looking up...
Linebacker-U doesn't have a starting middle linebacker nailed down just yet and don't look for Penn State to figure out that position battle until right before the season starts.
Penn State's home schedule shouldn't lack for entertainment next season and the marquee home game is getting extra attention.
Penn State's first-team offense worked through the two-minute drill Monday night in Holuba Hall, giving Trace McSorley and Miles Sanders work together.
By the end of the week Penn State will have spring ball wrapped up and the Nittany Lions will inch closer to figuring out their personnel for the upcoming season.
I’ll admit I too was skeptical about how Al Pacino would look with Coke-bottle glasses, rolled up pant legs and the signature black Nikes.
If Penn State has the necessary leadership in place then the Nittany Lions' coaching staff typically won't wait until fall camp to announce team captains.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- In a matter of months, John Urschel went from playing in raucous NFL stadiums to making a 10-minute walk to his office at MIT.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- James Franklin paced the field while Penn State's players sprinted back and forth in Holuba Hall for a few extra rounds of wind sprints.