UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — In a surprising move late Wednesday morning, Penn State defensive end Ryan Buchholz took to Twitter to announce his retirement from the game of football due to...
When offensive line coach Matt Limegrover took over in 2016, the Penn State line could barely block and chew gum at the same time.
Jack Wilson and Cole Tucker will forever be linked, but their bond goes deeper than a position in the infield.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State training camp is less than a week old and it’s the freshmen who’ve made the strongest impression so far according to James Franklin. “This freshman class...
After receiving a scholarship offer this spring and attending Penn State's annual Lasch Bash in July, four-star offensive tackle Anthony Whigan verbally committed Tuesday.
To the surprise of many, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington traded top outfield prospect and former National League Player of the Month Austin Meadows to land Chris Archer at the non-waiver deadline.
Football season is basically underway, as players buzzed from drill to drill Saturday on Penn State's second day of training camp, the first open to the media.
Will Craig's mission to make consistent, hard contact this season has paid off.
Fifty-seven receptions. Five hundred sixty-three yards. Nine touchdowns. That's only the 2017 stat line for Mike Gesicki.
Penn State is going to need a team effort and breakout performances from younger players to stay in the national title hunt.
Defensive coordinator Brent Pry lost a lot from his unit from 2017. But he's got plenty of replacements in place.
James Franklin has made waves on the recruiting trail since arriving in State College four years ago.
It's no secret that Francisco Cervelli loves baseball, and for the first time since the Pirates placed him on the disabled list June 22, he was able to do so.
I‘m about to be playing with them soon,” Mitch Keller told DKPittsburghSports.com recently. “It’s a lot of fun knowing that I’ll be soon playing with them.”
Saquon Barkley is off to the NFL. Enter Woodland Hills product Miles Sanders.
Ricky Rahne has everything he needs to be successful in his first season as Penn State offensive coordinator.
With a solid senior season, Trace McSorley could become the second Nittany Lions player to win the Heisman Trophy.