Ole Miss entered the Peach Bowl with one of the better offenses in the nation. But the Rebels were expected to have a significant challenge Saturday when they matched up with the stout Penn State Nittany Lion defense. Ole Miss did not have much difficulty once the ball kicked off.
The night before the Peach Bowl, Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin shared posts from a Penn State account from X, formerly Twitter, presumably for motivation. Little did he know, the account was actually a troll job by one of his own. The account, @WEARE_PENNST23, was created earlier this month.
Former Penn State Nittany Lions majorette Kaitlyn Wassel filed a lawsuit against the university on claims of sexual and gender-based harassment as a member of the Blue Band. According to PennLive.com, Wassel filed the suit Wednesday in U.S. Middle District Court against Penn State, where she claims the university failed
From left, Claudine Gay, president of Harvard University; Liz Magill, president of University of Pennsylvania; Pamela Nadell, professor of history and Jewish studies at American University; and Sally Kornbluth, president of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, testify before the House Education and Workforce Committee on Dec. 5 in Washington, D.C. Kevin
University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill listens during a hearing of the House Committee on Education on Capitol Hill on Dec. 5. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption toggle caption Mark Schiefelbein/AP University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill listens during a hearing of the House Committee on Education on Capitol Hill on
The “Rich Eisen Show” is usually sports talk with special guests in that world, hot takes about teams and players, and anything found in a typical sports talk program. However, the veteran sports personality took time on Wednesday to talk about a more important topic in his eyes, one that
Claudine Gay (from left), president of Harvard University, Liz Magill, president of University of Pennsylvania, Pamela Nadell, professor of history and Jewish studies at American University, and Sally Kornbluth, president of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, testify before the House Education and Workforce Committee on Tuesday. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption
Michigan’s football program suffered a significant blow when, on the eve of their first game against a ranked opponent this season, head coach Jim Harbaugh was issued a three-game suspension amid allegations of sign-stealing. But the Wolverines responded on Saturday, defeating Penn State 24-15 to improve to 10-0 on the
The Michigan Wolverines flew to Happy Valley with their head coach but took on No. 10 Penn State without him on the sidelines. Without the services of Jim Harbaugh, Michigan leaves Beaver Stadium still undefeated after beating the Nittany Lions 24-15 in Week 11. Michigan acting head coach and offensive
Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh will not coach against No. 10 Penn State on Saturday as the court system is not ready to rule on an emergency temporary restraining order, according to Outkick. There will be an in-person hearing on November 17th at 9:00 a.m., per ESPN. Head coach