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SWH is Self-Healing and Jumping Out of The Pool

Self-healing robots, a look at recruiting in Michigan, and Saquon doing Saquon things.

NCAA Basketball: Penn State at Northwestern David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

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PennLive asks if the Nittany Lion defense can carry the team to a championship, Phil Steele heaps praise upon Mr. Parsons, and James Franklin joined Jason Cabinda to discuss social justice. Sports Illustrated believes they have discovered the secret to the Nittany Lions’ recent success in Michigan.

Turning to basketball, Penn State prepares to return to the court. ICYMI, Lamar Stevens is headed to the NBA Combine. Unsurprisingly, Penn State will also make some cuts in their athletic department.

The university’s longest-tenured coach is hoping for a full season this fall.

The university will hold a virtual Town Hall discussing their plans for Fall 2020. Meanwhile, their Food Services describes their plans for the upcoming semester. The Philadelphia Inquirer muses about how the students’ return will affect the surrounding area in the midst of the pandemic.

In technology news, a group of Penn State students have designed an app that is marketed towards businesses and clubs. Also, self-healing robots are a thing.

A former receiver-turned-rapper received some nice gifts from the Nittany Lions, and he was rather pleased.

Finally, Saquon Barkley does Saquon Barkley things.