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  • Matt Millen leaves ESPN for Big Ten Network

    Matt Millen leaves ESPN for Big Ten Network
    Matt Millen is joining the Big Ten Network as its lead college football analyst, the network announced Wednesday. Millen is leaving ESPN after six years as a college football and NFL analyst. He will replace former Minnesota coach Glen Mason as BTN's...
  • Penn State cuts ties with fraternity that posted nude photos of women, some passed out

    Penn State cuts ties with fraternity that posted nude photos of women, some passed out
    Pennsylvania State University is cutting ties with a campus fraternity for three years after the fraternity's members uploaded nude and semi-nude photos of women, some of whom appeared to be passed out, on an invitation-only Facebook page. Kappa Delta...
  • Senate confirmation hearing set for Wolf's state police chief

    Five months and several controversies later, a state Senate committee has scheduled a confirmation hearing for Gov. Tom Wolf’s nominee to run the Pennsylvania State Police. The Senate Law & Justice Committee will hold a hearing at 10 a.m....
  • Santorum joins a growing GOP White House race

    WASHINGTON Rick Santorum, touting himself as the candidate of the blue-collar, family-oriented Republican, launched another presidential bid Wednesday, but this time he's got a lot more than Mitt Romney to overcome. Speaking to supporters in Cabot, Pa.,...
  • Penn State suspends Kappa Delta Rho for three years

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. The Penn State fraternity under investigation by State College police over reports that the fraternity posted photos of nude, unconscious women to its Facebook page will not be recognized on the University Park campus for three years....
  • Penn State frat linked to nude photos shut down for 3 years

    Penn State frat linked to nude photos shut down for 3 years
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A fraternity linked to a secret Facebook page on which photos of nude and semi-nude women were posted was shut down by Penn State for at least three years on Tuesday after the university's Interfraternity Council recommended a...
  • Penn State frat linked to nude photos shut down for 3 years

    A fraternity linked to a secret Facebook page on which photos of nude and semi-nude women were posted was shut down by Penn State for at least three years on Tuesday after the university's Interfraternity Council recommended a milder punishment. Penn...
  • Get your tailgates ready — only 100 days left before college football is back

    Believe it or not, college football season is right around the corner. OK, so there's 100 days left before a Thursday night slate of 16 games involving Football Bowl Subdivision teams kicks off Sept. 3. Michigan at Utah. North Carolina at South...
  • Easton vs. Parkland for District 11 baseball title

    Easton vs. Parkland for District 11 baseball title
    Easton heads to Coca-Cola Park tonight seeking to end a long title drought at the District 11 Class 3A baseball championships. The Red Rovers meet Parkland with hopes of winning their first district title since 1993. The Trojans, however, have won 13...
  • Terps rally to repeat as women's lacrosse national champions

    Terps rally to repeat as women's lacrosse national champions
    Trailing by three at halftime, Maryland would have to complete the biggest comeback in NCAA Division I championship game history to win its second straight women's lacrosse title. With second-seeded North Carolina dominating possession in the first...
  • Ravens guard, math scholar John Urschel analyzes extra-point rule change

    Ravens guard, math scholar John Urschel analyzes extra-point rule change
    As a math scholar, Ravens offensive guard John Urschel is accustomed to applying his knowledge and authoring complicated papers in academic journals. A winner of the William V. Campbell Trophy given to the top scholar-athlete in the equivalent of the...