Just one day before this year’s adaptation of the Blue-White game, Penn State announced plans to allow seniors into a special spring football practice, scheduled for April 23.
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Following Penn State football’s 2021 Blue-White rendition, former Nittany Lion and Pittsburgh Steeler Jack Ham stopped by the locker room for a bit of a surprise on Saturday.
In Penn State’s 2021 Blue-White rendition, the team’s first performance in front of fans since 2019, those in attendance were able to witness what an offense run by new offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich could look like.
Penn State football fans may not have known the names Kalen King and Arnold Ebiketie prior to Saturday’s Blue-White rendition, but they should prepare to hear both names often when the Nittany Lions’ season begins in the fall.
While Saturday’s spring practice was certainly different than a normal Penn State Blue-White weekend, the Nittany Lions still got a chance to face off in a game-like situation.
In the latest episode of the Collegian Football Podcast, our Ben Ferree is joined by Justin Morganstein to break down Penn State football’s defense heading into the 2021 season.
With fans in Beaver Stadium for the first time since 2019, the weather will likely be kind to those in attendance — many of whom have never had the chance to watch the Nittany Lions play in person.
After the pandemic-marred 2020 season created an extra year of eligibility for all collegiate athletes, three Penn State players were faced with a decision as they walked away from Beaver Stadium victorious in their final game: to stay with the program or move on.
There may be nothing that exemplifies the Penn State student body’s love for the football team quite like the Blue-White game.
For the second year in a row, it appears that the running back position is going to be one of Penn State’s most complete groups heading into the summer.
Cheers, loud music, concession food, touchdowns — a typical day at Beaver Stadium will occur once again as the football team ushers in its annual spring practice for the Blue-White game. But this, it’s time only for freshmen.
Days ahead of the 2021 final spring practice, there’s some uncertainty about what Penn State football will look like Saturday both on the field and in terms of depth in certain position groups heading into the summer.
Although only freshmen will be allowed into Beaver Stadium for the final spring practice, Penn State has announced "virtual initiatives" that will take place throughout the day.
Following the disappointment of a 4-5 season in 2020, Penn State was also keenly aware it would be taking on a number of losses with the departure of its defensive leaders in 2021.
In the latest episode of the Collegian Football Podcast, our co-hosts Ben Ferree and Evan Patrick preview Penn State football’s offense ahead of the 2021 season.
Just 10 days away from this year’s iteration of Penn State’s spring game, there are still many questions to be answered about the team’s prospects ahead of the 2021 season.
For the first time in over a year, Penn State will be letting a mass number of fans into Beaver Stadium. But there’s a catch — only freshmen are invited.