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Jets May Be Judged on Christian Hackenberg and Players They Could Not Land

The Jets fortified their defense and landed a Penn State quarterback in the second round after trying to trade up in the first.

Carl Nassib goes from walk-on to round three

Three years ago, Ryan Nassib entered the NFL as one of the top quarterback prospects in the draft. He surprisingly slid to round four. At the same time, Carl Nassib was an unknown walk-on at Penn State. On Friday, the younger Nassib ended up being drafted a round higher than his older brother. The decision…

Sports Briefing | College Sports: Dismissals in Penn State Case Stand

Prosecutors said they would not appeal a ruling that threw out some criminal charges against three former Penn State administrators related to their handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.

Jets take the plunge, select Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg

At about 8:45 p.m. ET on Friday, everyone wished the NFL draft still took place in New York City. Oh, to see the mass reaction of New York Jets fans when their team took Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg with the 51st overall pick. The Jets keep collecting quarterbacks, apparently hoping one of their flawed picks hits. Show More Summary

Continuing Recent Trend, Jets Draft a Quarterback

The Jets selected Christian Hackenberg of Penn State in the second round of the N.F.L. draft. It was the fourth year in a row the Jets have drafted a quarterback.

Even in Chicago, Jets fans were FURIOUS they drafted QB Christian Hackenberg

Sorry, Jets fans. Jets fans always boo their draft picks, even the good ones. On Friday, Jets fans got to celebrate two franchise traditions: booing the pick, and drafting another terrible quarterback, this time Penn State's Christian...Show More Summary

Report: Jets still want Ryan Fitzpatrick

Even after adding former Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg in round two of the draft, giving the Jets three quarterbacks under contract, they still want to bring back last year’s unexpected starter, Ryan Fitzpatrick. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Jets still want to bring back Fitzpatrick, but possibly only on a one-year…

Penn Nursing Takes Pledge on Opioid Education as Announced at the White House

As part of academic nursing's ongoing efforts to combat prescription drug and opioid abuse across the United States, the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing (Penn Nursing) is proud to announce that it has committed to educating...Show More Summary

Christian Hackenberg: Round-by-Round Updates, Twitter Reaction in 2016 NFL Draft

Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg had the makings of a first-round NFL draft prospect after a strong true freshman season. However, a Nittany Lions coaching change from Bill O'Brien to James Franklin and his declining performance...Show More Summary

Engineer Awarded Funding for Parkinson's Research by Institute for Cyberscience

The Penn State Institute for CyberScience (ICS) has awarded $25,000 to Tao Yao, associate professor in the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, and his team of researchers for their project titled, "High-Dimensional Data Analysis for Parkinson's Disease."

Upstate sex abuse victim comes forward, wants law to be passed

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Only the arrest of Penn State pervert Jerry Sandusky convinced an upstate sex abuse victim to end decades of silence about his own abuse.

Trump wins Penn., Conn.; Trump, Clinton takes Maryland

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump wins the Republican presidential primary elections in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Maryland, picking up three early wins as five states vote Tuesday across the Northeast. Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic primary in Maryland.

Penn State: The Go-To School for Tech Entrepreneurship

Thirty feet above the floor of the Pegula ice skating rink, in a lounge that usually houses hockey commentators and coaches, a more curious group of people gathered on a golden April afternoon. The well-dressed crowd included AndrewShow More Summary

Christian Hackenberg Denies Blaming James Franklin for Struggles at Penn State

Former Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg struggled after a strong freshman season, but he doesn't pin any of the blame for his underwhelming career on Nittany Lions coach James Franklin. Hackenberg spoke about Franklin in an...Show More Summary

Christian Hackenberg denies “asinine” MMQB comments attributed to him

It would be easy to understand if Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg wasn’t thrilled with head coach James Franklin. Hackenberg shone in Bill O’Brien’s pro-style scheme during his freshman year, but seemed to struggle to adapt...Show More Summary

Extension Services Keep Farmers Farming

The purpose of the federal cooperative extension program was to provide research for agriculture, helping individual farmers by serving the industry as a whole.  Now a new study from Penn State University has taken a look at the effectiveness of those programs. Stephan Goetz writes in his paper that an estimated 137,000 farmers in the last 25 years would be... Read More

Strength Training Helps Older Adults Live Longer

Older adults who met twice-weekly strength training guidelines had lower odds of dying in a new analysis by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Columbia University.

Haunted Checklist: How To Tell If a Location Has Haunted Potential

More often than not, people make assumptions about haunted locations. They see an anguished or tragic history and say, "this place has to be haunted!" And, so, a parade of teams study Eastern State Penn or Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum until the buildings are nothing more than haunted by eager teams. Show More Summary

Sanders calls New York’s closed primary ‘wrong’

last weekNews : The Newsroom

STATE COLLEGE, Penn.—Bernie Sanders told thousands of his supporters Tuesday evening that the believed New York’s closed primary system is “wrong.” He also predicted he will perform better than expected in the state. Sanders tried to play down Clinton’s likely victory in New York Tuesday to the packed crowd on Penn State’s campus. Sanders has done better in open primary states.

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