Penn State cornerback Donovan Johnson will miss the upcoming 2020 season due to an injury he suffered earlier this summer, the team confirmed on Saturday.
After a year that saw Penn State’s rush defense rank among the best in the nation, the group of defensive backs in the secondary will look to improve in 2020.
As the 2020 football season inches closer, Penn State Athletics is prepared to dive into unfamiliar territory with plenty of contingency plans in place.
Beaver Stadium will not host a White Out game in 2020, it will not have 100,000-plus fans cheering on the Nittany Lions for seven Saturdays and the tailgate lots will not be bustling with activity.
As the news spread Tuesday night that Penn State star Micah Parsons would be opting out of the 2020 college football season and moving onto the NFL, there seemed to be a mixed bag of reactions among those on social media.
Micah Parsons has released a video statement explaining his decision to leave Penn State and prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Beaver Stadium will have a different feel when Penn State takes the field on Sept. 5 for its season opening game against Northwestern.
As the scheduled start of Penn State’s season is now under a month away, a lot is continuing to change across the country as the NCAA looks to play sports this fall.
As the scheduled start of the college football season creeps closer and the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact America, college football players have a choice to make.
The NCAA Division I Board of Directors reviewed name, image and likeness concepts sent by members for feedback and provided insight on the new rules.
The Big Ten released its first-ever 10-game, conference-only schedule on Wednesday morning as it moves forward with plans for the 2020 college football season.
As we enter the month of August with uncertainty about the upcoming college football season, one thing is for sure — the battle for the nation’s top recruits remains a main focus for every major program.
Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons is reportedly expected to opt out of the 2020 college football season according to a report by Yahoo Sports.
Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman has opted out of the 2020 college football season due to coronavirus concerns, according to a post made on his twitter Tuesday morning.
Per tradition, the Penn State’s linebacker corps will be a major strength of the Nittany Lions this season.