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.
The only thing keeping the Nittany Lions from their potential thus far has been themselves, and miscues and mistakes eventually could haunt them.
Running back Mark Allen will be out for the remainder of the season as the result of an injury suffered last week, head coach James Franklin announced Tuesday.
Champaign, Il. — After trailing by three points early in the third quarter, Penn State, boosted by the performance of running back Miles Sanders, scored 42 unanswered points to take...
Prior to the season, the NCAA instituted a new rule regarding redshirts which allows teams to play athletes in up to four games without hurting their ability to redshirt.
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. — After a 63-10 dismantling of Kent State, Penn State moved to No. 10 in the AP Poll this week after being ranked No. 11 last week. The Nittany...
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Trace McSorley accounted for four Penn State touchdowns in the first half of a 63-10 victory over Kent State Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium. It was a...
It might have been Mac Hippenhammer's first touchdown as a member of the football team Saturday night, but it wasn't the first time he scored for a Penn State.
Joey Porter Jr., a four-star cornerback from North Allegheny High School, became the fourth No. 1-ranked Pennsylvania recruit for Penn State in the last four years.
After giving up 28 points in the fourth quarter against Appalachian State, the Penn State defense was left searching for answers.
Fresh off a one-game suspension, it was defensive tackle Kevin Givens who led the way for the Penn State defense.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — It was in the shadows of Heinz Field where Miles Sanders and Lamont Wade grew up and starred before becoming Nittany Lions.
When Penn State last played at Heinz Field, they came out flat, making a multitude of mistakes and looking very much unprepared for what Pitt threw their way.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State is going with the business as usual approach for this week's match-up against Pitt, much like they've treated every game the last few seasons.
Faced with a seven point deficit and only 1:20 on the clock, Penn State turned to quarterback Trace McSorley to get the offense down the field.
Penn State has knocked on the doorstep of the College Football Playoff each of the last two seasons with both ending in a New Year's Six bowl.
Penn State announced future opponents for games to be played within the 2020 decade with the addition of Temple, Villanova, Delaware and Central Michigan.
Speed and scheme highlight Penn State's strengths as they gear up for their first game of the season against Appalachian State on Saturday afternoon.