Has Penn State fixed its run game? It looks much improved, but a stiff test against a tough run defense in a bowl game would sure help sort things out heading into 2018.
Penn State didn’t reach its ultimate goal of making the playoffs, but seems destined to remain one of college football’s top programs moving forward.
Defensive end Shane Simmons may have had his breakout game against the Terps, earning himself defensive MVP honors.
It’s hard to find much to fault with the Nittany Lions performance when handing out grades for the Maryland game.
No one captures the Penn State Gameday experience quite like Joe Hermitt.
The McPhearson brothers teamed up for a huge special teams play, creating a memory both will share forever.
Touchdown Tommy Stevens tops the list of five standouts who propelled Penn State’s 66-3 demolition of the Terps.
Some intriguing thoughts on Stevens sharing the field with Trace McSorley, Penn State’s bowl opponent, and the lack of a true rival for Penn State.
Breaking down how Stevens can become a regular contributor for the offense moving forward.
Let’s get this straight- Penn State-Maryland is not a rivalry game in any way, shape or form.
It was a satisfying season, but oh what could have been...