Linkbacker U. Diagnoses Another Case of Tressel-itis

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In a week dominated by Ed DeChellis’s sudden departure from Happy Valley, a bunch of news was shoved to the side, particularly for the Penn State fans, many of whom are still left wondering, “WTF, Ed?” USC lost its appeal against the NCAA sanctions–you know, that whole no-bowl for two years thing? While another program …

Linkbacker U. is Measuring for Drapes

For the past few days, mostly on Twitter, you’ve been seeing some not-so-cryptic Tweets from me about blogging platforms. The topic of WordPress has come up. And as you might imagine, there is going to be a change around here in the very near future. I would say keep your eyes peeled this weekend, but that would be giving away …

Maggie Lucas Named 2011 Freshman All-American

Maggie Lucas (Photo: PSU)

In the world of so-not-a-shock-it’s-almost-not-news news, Penn State Lady Lions freshman Maggie Lucas earned freshman all-America honors for here inaugural campaign in Happy Valley: UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. – Penn State guard Maggie Lucas (Narberth, Pa.) capped a stellar freshman campaign by …

Lady Lions fall to DePaul in soul-crushing collapse, 75-73

Penn State’s season will end at home. The season finale location may not have come as a surprise to many. But the situation of that final home game would. The Lady Lions fell to DePaul, 75-73 tonight, in the 2nd Round of the Women’s NCAA Tournament at the Bryce Jordan Center.

Was it bad enough that Penn State was …

Lady Lions vs DePaul in Round of 32 tonight at the Bryce Jordan Center

TIME/VENUE: 7 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center, so there’s no excuse to not attend.TV: The game will be televised on ESPNU and ESPN2, based on a coverage map, or on ESPN3.com. LAST MTG: Regular Season: Dec. 30, 1992 – PSU W, 85-78; NCAA Tournament: 1992 …

On To The Next One…Lady Lions Win 75-66

Sprinting out of the locker room, the Lady Lions and Dayton Flyers continued the pace the rest of the way to tip off the 2011 Women’s NCAA Tournament in the 75-66 victory over the Dayton Flyers.

Pacing the offense for the Lady Lions was not “Machine Gun Maggie Lucas” as we’ve come to expect from the freshman phenom, but rather …