The countdown to the return of Penn State football is (at least for now) back!
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If Penn State is to have a 2020 season, it will be without the nation’s top defensive player.
Parsons was the unanimous selection after receiving just one third-place vote a year again
It’s the third watch list selection for the Penn State gunslinger.
Let’s take a look at the players who just missed the cut for our first team defense!
College football is supposedly coming back in a month! How?! Why?!
This is up from two weeks ago, when Penn State announced that just one athlete tested positive for the virus.
Will one of the nation’s top awards go to one of these Nittany Lions?
Who’s ready for more watch list news?
Watch List SZN just keeps chugging along
#WatchListSZN rolls on with a pair of Nittany Lions defenders
Three of the four are unsurprising, but the final addition may raise from eyebrows.
Award watch list SZN carries on for the Nittany Lions
Watch list SZN carries on, y’all
In another installment of "Award Watchlist Season," TWO Nittany Lion backfield mates make the list.
Another award watchlist honor for a Nittany Lion, this time it’s the junior quaterback
Parsons hopes to become the next member of Linebacker U. to land the prestigious award.
If there is football this fall, Penn State and the rest of the Big Ten will only be playing conference games
Tariq Castro-Fields is ready for a bounce back senior campaign while being a team leader in Happy Valley
Michal Menet day at BSD continues as the Nittany Lions starting center lands in a tie for sixth in our countdown.
While new defensive line coach John Scott Jr. has caught some flack from Penn State fans, this criticism is not fair