Welcome to the worst part of the year, there is officially no college basketball, football, and wrestling until next fall. Sure, there is the Frozen Four but who really wants to watch the trio of Michigan, Notre Dame, and Ohio State compete for a National Championship (Go Minnesota Duluth!). So let’s try to focus on some less depressing news.
Despite losing their top scorer and one of the best players in the program’s history, Penn State’s offense next season could still see success next season. The player that will be responsible for that success is Lamar Stevens. The Daily Collegian’s Tyler King goes deeper on Steven’s and the Nittany Lions offense next season.
While Carr grew into a potential first round draft pick, a few other Nittany Lions have pro potential in Josh Reaves, Lamar Stevens, and Mike Watkins.
It may still make you sad that Saquon Barkley will never grace Beaver Stadium with his presence as a player again, but Miles Sanders is ready to help you forget. The Land of 10’s newest addition, Audrey Snyder, talks about Sanders and his wait to become starter.
With a proposed rule that would allow freshman to participate in four games before burning a redshirt, James Franklin believes that the rule could be beneficial for the Nittany Lions, Think about all the potential secret weapons teams could use late in the season.
For those who are fans of the delicious flavors of Grilled Stickies, the Berkey Creamery has just the thing for you. It was announced on Monday that the Creamery would now start selling Grilled Stickies ice cream, Onward State’s Elissa Hill has more.
In non-Penn State news, Michigan’s basketball team was dominated by Villanova in the second half of the National Championship game last night despite a quick start. Last night’s game was also had the lowest rating of a National Championship game ever.
In a rather funny recruiting twist, where Urban Meyer once again doesn’t get his way- Ohio State asked three-star defensive end Gabe Newburg to wait for an offer from the in-state Buckeyes. Newburg wasn’t about that life and committed to Michigan.