2009 Rose Bowl Preview – PSU vs. USC

December 31, 2008

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Our Favorite Presents of 2008

December 24, 2008

Over the past year, many of our favorite athletes/students have given us some great things to remember. Being that it is the holiday season, and this will be out last post until Christmas, let’s take a look back on some of the greatest gifts of 2008. The list, after the jump…

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Hope Wears Green Tonight

December 15, 2008
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Don't worry Donovan, we're finally blogging about you!

The Eagles have definitely got the short end of the blogging stick this year. Between Penn State (who this blog is for, make no qualms about it) and the Phillies (who’s next to improbable run to a world championship was something worth writing about), not much has been said about the midnight green this year. Speaking of midnight, I’ll admit that despite wearing the Randall Cunningham throwback tonight, I thought that midnight had struck for this team when they lost to the Giants at home in week 10.

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Pat Devlin Leaves PSU, Heisman Hopes Over

December 12, 2008

Daryll Clark and Pat Devlin, a picture that is unfortunatley a great metaphor for Devlin's time at Penn State

Daryll Clark (foreground) and Pat Devlin (background), a picture that is unfortunatley a great metaphor for Devlin's time at Penn State

Every Nittany Lion fan has their favorite players. In the past, mine have been less obscure guys who do their thing. Guys recently like Ethan Kilmer (2005) and for the last two years, Terrell Golden (when we finally threw him the ball against Wisconsin last year I was ecstatic, ask anyone in our row).

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Against the Spread 2008 – Edition 15

December 4, 2008

The BCS: What we Think

December 1, 2008

Heading in to championship week, the argument has begun to form on how the BCS is bad for college football, and how screwed a certain team from Texas is getting. The next two posts illustrate the good and the bad about the system that, like it or not, determines January matchups.

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