Carson Kuhn, Penn State wrestling’s new 125-pound transfer, still isn’t 100 percent sure when he’ll be able to compete — but, behind a wide smile Tuesday, he said he was just happy to finally be in Happy Valley. Kuhn and Nittany Lions coach Cael Sanderson both said the 25-year-old transfer from Boise State could suit up in a singlet as early as this week. But Kuhn still needed to pass a hydration test and be at weight before he could compete for a starting spot.
“Paterno,” HBO’s movie about Penn State’s famed head coach during the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, will premiere in the spring of 2018, according to a tweet by the company Thursday night. No specific date has yet been released. The HBO movie was greenlighted last summer after the several years of speculation. In 2013, Al Pacino was rumored to play Joe Paterno — but that film was suspended pre-production due to “budget issues,” per TV Line.
Zain Retherford takes it with him on bus trips and plane rides. It’s by his side during his morning coffee and with him while in class. It’s just a notebook — a brown, leather-bound journal he picked up from Nittany Quill — but the two-time national champ is usually never far from it. He uses the notebook to record his daily goals and long-term goals; it’s something he finds provides a bit more accountability.
I just realized now that the @LombardiAward was changed this year from best lineman/LB to best overall player.
What. The. Hell.
Like we really need ANOTHER top player award. Lombardi Award had nearly 50 years of history, and you change it? Ridiculous.
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Selecting a term
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