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Player News: Connor Named Freshman All-American

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University Park, Pa., Dec. 7, 2004 - Penn State linebacker Dan Connor (Wallingford, Pa.) has been named a first team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News. Connor was the only player from the Big Ten honored on defense.

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My Opinion: Paterno Makes A Penn Statement With Vote

Reporter Write Upsby Mark Harrington

No one quite makes a statement like Joe Paterno. In case you haven't heard, in the latest USAToday/ESPN Coaches Poll, of which Joe is a voter, he chose to split his first place vote into thirds, giving 1/3 to the top three undefeated teams: University of Southern California, Auburn and Oklahoma. Although many fans may view Joe's split vote as a comical representation or mockery of the voting system associated with the BCS, I believe its intention is rooted in a much deeper principle held by PSU's coach and makes a 'penn statement' on his thoughts with the current system.



Note: PSU Playbook has confirmed with both Penn State Sports Information and Jim Welch sports Deputy Managing Editor of USAToday who oversees the Coaches Poll that Joe Paterno was the coach who split his vote into thirds. 
Posted by Mark on Tuesday, December 07 @ 11:49:59 EST (11572 reads)
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Site Enhancement: The Playbook PSU Headline System

Playbook Site NewsOne of the primary goals of PSU Playbook is to provide you with a centralized location for Nittany Lions news from around the Internet. As such, our daily 'Headlines' feature, which collects PSU related stories from around the web has become popular among Penn Staters around the globe. Well, in an effort to continually enhance the Playbook for you and other PSU fans we have improved our headline system. Aside from the popularity of the feature, we have also received feedback from a variety of sources that the articles take up a lot of unnecessary space on the homepage, so we have devised this system we think is a solution for everyone.
Posted by Mark on Monday, December 06 @ 14:05:19 EST (10686 reads)
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December Issue: Hoops, The Lion, Jerardi, Our Dream Team

Playbook MagazineThe December issue of The Playbook magazine is hot off the presses and features a wide variety of exclusive Penn State features from ESPN's Ryan Hockensmith and Dick Jerardi to Ashley Pederson and even the first time ever that the Nittany Lion has sat down for a one on one interview.
Posted by Mark on Monday, December 06 @ 10:50:05 EST (9334 reads)
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Penn State News: Headlines for 12/6

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Posted by psu96 on Monday, December 06 @ 07:54:56 EST (7912 reads)
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Lady Lion Basketball News: Penn State upsets #2 North Carolina 77-71

Lady Lions NewsAfter starting the season with three consecutive road losses, the Penn State Lady Lions made their primary near-term goal to get back to .500. Lopsided home wins over Duquesne and George Mason brought the team within 1 game of break even, but to achieve a 3-3 record, Penn State would have to overcome their most difficult challenge of the young season, the 2nd ranked North Carolina Tar Heels.

Last season, the Tar Heels rode the strong efforts of their post players to a 73-60 win over Penn State in Chapel Hill, and today, the Lady Lions looked to return the favor. It would not be easy however, as North Carolina came into the game with seven players averaging at least 7 points per game. The Heels are led by sophomore guard Ivory Latta, a surefire All-America selection at season
Posted by psu96 on Sunday, December 05 @ 17:22:47 EST (9217 reads)
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Penn State News: Headlines for 12/5

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Posted by psu96 on Sunday, December 05 @ 12:55:56 EST (7712 reads)
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Nittany Lion Basketball News: Headlines for 12/4

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Posted by psu96 on Saturday, December 04 @ 08:22:50 EST (7767 reads)
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Recruiting Report: King Named PA Gatorade Player of the Year

Recruiting NewsPSU Class of 2009 member Justin King, a 6'0", 186 lb., 4.40/40 cornerback/running back from Monroeville (Gateway), PA has been named the 2004 Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year. Justin rushed for 795 yards and 30 touchdowns this season leading his team to an 11-2 record which wrapped up the season with the WPIAL Class AAAA championship game.
Posted by Mark on Friday, December 03 @ 09:53:21 EST (9913 reads)
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Penn State News: Headlines for 12/3

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Posted by psu96 on Friday, December 03 @ 07:47:19 EST (7961 reads)
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