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Richard Gardner sent his helmet flying into Michigan Stadium's beat turf, then stopped to pick up the inner padding broken and lying a few feet away.

Zack Mills, the one people looked to, both inside the program and out, was ashen and hurting, trying to make it through the few Wolverines that came to the Penn State sideline to shake hands instead of running to the student section.

Tony Johnson just slipped off the field. And why not, there was nothing he could have done at that point.

Centre County activists are accusing legislators of neglecting environmental concerns by not opposing relocation of an Army National Guard helicopter unit to a state park near Philipsburg.

"Any one of the local legislators could have put pressure on the guard, but none of them have," said Chuck Fergus, president of Don't Ruin Our Park, a group opposed to the helicopter base.

Many local legislators said they supported the unit's relocation to the Black Moshannon State Park area because it encourages economic growth.