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It's friday, friday.....

Sorry about that. Anyway, I'm fresh out of debatable topics for friday. The last week of classes has just about drained all of my brain power. Although, I'll admit that a somewhat steady diet of Gunniess has not only improved my concentration it has improved my ability to open up these posts with something more entertaining to read, and entertaining to write.

In all seriousness though, "if seriousness is even salvageable at this point" What's your gut for this season? Best case, worst case. We'll revisit this a few times before the season starts and see how it changed. I guess that's what the little graph on the left hand side is for, but now we can talk about our feelings. That's always fun.

Oh and in reaction to last night First Round draft think about this: The 2009 PSU DL could've been: Aaron Maybin and Mo Evans the ends and Jared Odrick and Phil Taylor the tackles. Yes please.

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 Penn State Advances to EIVA Championship

The top-seeded Penn State men's volleyball team earned a 3-1 (25-14, 16-25, 25-16, 25-19) victory against Rutgers-Newark in the EIVA Semifinals Thursday night. The Nittany Lions (23-7) advance to the conference final on Saturday, April 30 at 7 p.m. in Rec Hall. Penn State is set to meet No. 3 seed Springfield, who defeated George Mason, 3-1, in the first semifinal.

Men's Tennis Falls to No. 71 Wisconsin in Big Ten Tournament, 4-1

Can you imagine trying to rank 71 different teams? The season hasn't even started and you're all excited like "YESSSS WE'RE RANKED #45!!!!!"

Penn State Recruiting 4/28/11

Nike Elite Camps this weekend. Should be interesting

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No. 13 Women's Lacrosse Travels to No. 15 Princeton for Regular Season Finale

The No. 13 Penn State women's lacrosse team will finish out the 2011 regular season on Saturday when it travels to meet No. 15 Princeton (8-6) in a 1 p.m. clash at Princeton Stadium. The Nittany Lions, which are positioned at No. 9 in the latest NCAA RPI rankings, enter the non-conference contest riding a three-game winning streak and will look to fortify their NCAA postseason resume with a fourth victory over a ranked opponent.

No. 8 Hofstra Lacrosse Host No. 20 Penn State In Key CAA Game Saturday Night

Both the men's and women's programs are overlooked on campus. Both of their coaches live on my street at home, the women's coach being my neighbor. So am I bias? Yes. But hey, football and basketball 24/7 can get a little old.


I don't like Rich Rod but something about using tape of his team getting crushed makes me feel a little bad for him.