UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Despite getting thumped 42-7 against Michigan Saturday afternoon, Penn State found itself at No. 20 in this week’s College Football Playoff poll. Prior to being beaten at...
No. 5 Michigan came into Saturday's contest against No. 14 Penn State with the top-ranked defense in the country and left no doubt why that is.
Since losing 49-10 at Michigan Stadium in 2016, Penn State has lost only five games, all by three points or fewer.
It will be a homecoming this weekend for Penn State wide receiver KJ Hamler, who hails from Pontiac, Mich., less than 50 miles away from Michigan's Ann Arbor home.
The initial College Football Playoff Rankings are out, and Penn State comes in No. 14 in the nation.
Thanks in large part to a stellar defensive effort and the ability to end the game on the terms of the defense, Penn State was able to outlast Iowa, 30-24.
It's a pivotal three-game stretch beginning Saturday with hosting No. 18 Iowa that will make or break Penn State's 2018 season.
Last Saturday, Juwan Johnson walked into the locker room at the half, never to return to game action due to an undisclosed injury.
It was a far from perfect four quarters for Penn State as they capitalized on quality special teams play to outlast Indiana, 33-21, at Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon.
With defensive tackle Fred Hansard now out for the season, question marks and depth concerns return for the Penn State line.
Dating back to 2014, James Franklin's first year in Happy Valley, Penn State has lost two or more games in a row four out of five years.
Self-inflicted mistakes and lack of execution finally caught up to Penn State as they lost within the final 30 seconds to Michigan State, 21-17.
From freshmen teams to high school to college, scout teams are often the heart and soul of football programs across the country.
Having a bye ended up being a big advantage on a crazy day of college football.
It was a heartbreaking loss at Ohio State last year that started a brief tumble for Penn State in the loss column.
When Ohio State had the ball trailing by 12 points with eight minutes left in the game, it was a déjà vu scenario once again for Penn State.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Despite a 461 total yard performance by quarterback Trace McSorley, Penn State couldn’t get past Ohio State Saturday night, falling 27-26 at Beaver Stadium. Starting on their own...
When James Franklin took over the Penn State program in 2014 he spoke of conference championships, national championships and a return to being a national power.