The Old College Try There is nothing in this world that could motivate me to move back into my old dorm room, but for one night? Why the hell not, for old times sake. Penn State alumni will have the opportunity to do just that during Arts Fest as the university opens up its dormitories for all of its past students.
Wide (Receiver) World of Sports Victory Bell Rings takes a close look at true sophomore wide receiver Saeed Blacknall, who could be primed for a breakthrough season. With his combination of size and speed, Blacknall could develop into a major weapon for the Nittany Lions, especially after gaining extremely valuable experience as a true freshman. He will certainly be one of the most intriguing prospects on Penn State's roster in 2015....Former Penn Stater Mark Rubin is known for two things- being the only reliable target at wide receiver as a freshman on the...umm....not so good 2004 offense, and more famously, for forcing a Terrelle Pryor fumble that launched the Nittany Lions to a major victory against the Buckeyes in 2008. Now he's making a name for himself as the best athlete on Wall Street.
Sharing is Caring Notre Dame and Boston College will continue their rivalry in spectacular fashion in 2015 with a special game in Fenway Park. The only problem? The historical ball field doesn't quite have the space of a regulation football field, meaning the two Catholic schools will need to share a sideline. Hopefully they can play nice. Probably not.
ESPN Embarrasses Self, No One is Surprised The ESPN graphics team learned a shocking geography lesson recently- it turns out the University of Georgia and the country of Georgia are two completely different places.
Police Blotter Pitt's superstar wide receiver Tyler Boyd was cited for a DUI during the weekend, much to the dismay of new Panthers head coach Pat Narduzzi. Something tells me he'll be facing a one-game suspension for the season opener against Youngstown State before rejoining the team....an incoming freshman wide receiver at North Texas was caught after his seemingly impossible-to-foil plan to steal from Wal-Mart didn't quite pan out. In all of his teenage wisdom, D'Aundrey Bradley assumed that he could walk off with most of the items in his cart by using the self-checkout. It turns out it wasn't the brightest plan. The plus side? He will escape felony charges since the value of the stolen items was $497- keeping it as a misdemeanor by $3.....Ok, you may want to sit down for this one. It turns out that athletes at Florida State are very rarely are prosecuted for alleged crimes, especially when compared with the rest of the student body.
Don't Park in Urbz's Parking Spot Seriously, don't do it.