The release of the movie Straight Outta Compton this past weekend has rekindled the music of SWH's teen years. It would be wonderful to be able to share a video off the album that the movie takes its name from, but the song would be horribly offensive to our modern ears. Instead some popular rap and hip-hop songs of the same era will be used to maintain the theme.
Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital had a surprise for the children earlier this week. Superheros entertained the kids while cleaning the windows. The move was intended to bring awareness to the facility in addition to bringing a smile to the children's face.
All of the Little League World Series games that were scheduled for Thursday were rained out. As a result there are eight games scheduled for Friday, which is believed to be the most ever played in one day at the event.
A scandal broke out at the Little League Softball World Series when a team from Oregon allegedly lost a game on purpose. Typically those involved in point-shaving schemes are old enough to shave.
All eyes are on Temple, the first football opponent of the year. That's rightfully so as the season kicks off in a mere 15 days. While it isn't wise to look past any foe, coach Franklin may want to start scouting the long-snapper for the Buffalo Bulls. The Lions will face Corbin Grassman and the Bulls in week two.
Fifty days from today the hockey team will take on Canisius in Buffalo, New York. The Golden Griffins will be the second opponent for the Icers after it faces a team from Windsor, Canada for an exhibition game.
Coach Gadowsky added Andrew Sturtz to this year's roster earlier this week. Sturtz is a native of Buffalo, New York and has spent the last two years scoring at will in the Central Canadian Hockey League with the Carleton Place Canadians. He had 104 points in 58 games and was named CCHL MVP for 2014. Sturtz followed that effort with a solid 2015 season and his team won the Bogart Cup for the second year in a row. That's right. The Bogart Cup. Sturtz and his team have been bogarting the Bogart Cup. He's kind of a big deal. Sturtz will be 21 years old at the start of the season and is expected to step in and make an immediate impact.
Former PSU quarterback Tyler Ferguson is transferring for the third time in his college career. The quarterback from Bakersfield, California played one season in Visalia, California with the College of The Sequoias before moving on to State College and then Louisville. His next destination has yet to be announced.
In other southern-California football news, Cordell Broadus has decided to give up the game. This comes just a couple of months following the P Diddy incident that led to the rapper's arrest after an altercation with a UCLA coach.
Penn State's rifleman has a new bullet in his chamber this season. The team has changed to a more round, NFL-like ball. Check out the video.