In our back and forth about the student section we have forgotten about all of the students that are at the game before kickoff. They do care about the game as much as we hope everybody would and they're getting on other students to feel the same way. As of "press time' there were about 10,000 students invited to a facebook event called "Show up and be loud: Support your team"
What happens on gameday remains to be seen, and chances are you won't notice a big change, but the principle is the same: students care, and they care enough to get on each other about it. For that I salute you.
A pretty cool video. Hopefuly the Illnois coaching staff doesn't watch...
PSU players aim for 'unified front'
"This thing could go one of two ways," linebacker Michael Mauti said, echoing the sentiments at the meeting. "We can fold it in right now, or we could say, you know what, we could come together as a team and pull this thing in the right direction."
Later in the article Devon Smith has a few more one-liners which are starting to get to me in a way. I understand the importance of speaking your mind, but at somepoint his "candid opinion's" just become the media's mole. That can't sit well with everybody. I'm not saying he's wrong, but sometimes you just keep your mouth shut.
I for one am glad my dad isn't Joe. It'd be sweet, but I'm not sure I could take all the stress that comes with it.
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Sue Paterno To Be Featured in Give Big Initiative on BTN
Sue Paterno and her more than 20 years of work with Special Olympics Pennsylvania will be recognized during the Give Big segment on Big Ten Tailgate, which airs this weekend on the Big Ten Network.
All of our guys talk about the stadium and how crazy it was," the redshirt freshman quarterback said. "It should be a crazy atmosphere again. Any time you play in front of that many people with that kind of tradition, you have to look forward to that opportunity."
No. 4 Women's Volleyball Travels to Purdue and Indiana
The No. 4 Penn State women's volleyball team continues Big Ten action this weekend at Purdue and Indiana. The Nittany Lions face the Boilermakers on Friday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. before taking on the Hoosiers on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.