With a little bit of time on my hands I put the newfangled Internet to the test and came out the other side with that video. Hope you enjoyed it. We'll call that your warm-up for a ton of links today. Lets get to it.
What Joe says: "He's certainly going to have some problems. We can't overreact,'' coach Joe Paterno said Tuesday at Beaver Stadium about Okoli. "Our tackles are going to have their hands full in pass protection.''
Though it is highly unlikely Iowa blitzes on Saturday...
Ok..Timeout here. I just want to apologize for linking to this, but I needed to share the pain I was in. So if you're near any sharp edges back away.
A tough break for an otherwise well regarded program. No news of who the players are yet, but it's still a tough one for Izzo to swallow. We're all better off if this turns out well.
It occurred to me today that Denard Robinson winning the Heisman means Pryor doesn't. With that in mind, go Robert Griffin the 3rd. If you've never seen him play go visit youtube. Or drive to a Baylor game.
Slow week, but always good to stay up to speed minus a pay-wall.
---Around The Horn---
Nittany Lion softball's excellent academic record was once again recognized when the National Fastpitch Coaches Association announced Penn State was the sixth-best Division I program in terms of grade-point average in 2010.
The No. 24 Penn State men's soccer team outshot Saint Francis by a remarkable 38-8 margin and had a dominating 24-4 advantage in shots on goal but needed a late two-goal rally to dispatch the Red Flash, 4-3, on Wednesday night at Jeffrey Field. With the win, the Nittany Lions up their overall record to 6-2 and their 2010 home mark to 2-2.
The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestlers will hold an intra-squad dual meet on Thursday, November 4, at 7 p.m. The event will take place at Rec Hall, is free and is open to the public.