Nittany Lions

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Pat Devlin (American Football) - College Career - Penn State - 2008
... In the weeks leading up to the start of the 2008 season, controversy swirled around the Nittany Lions' starting quarterback position ... forced out in the fourth quarter of the Nittany Lions' crucial game versus Ohio State due to a concussion, Devlin led the team on a go-ahead drive that was culminated by his own 1-yard ... Devlin appeared in ten games for the Nittany Lions, passing for 459 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions ...
2009 Michigan Wolverines Football Team - Game Notes - Vs. Penn State
... See also 2009 Penn State Nittany Lions football team #11 Penn State State at Michigan 4 ... Total • #11 Penn State 35 ... Michigan 10 ... Date ... O'Neill In week 8, Michigan hosted the Penn State Nittany Lions at rain soaked Michigan Stadium ... On the ensuing possession, the Nittany Lions scored on a 60-yard TD pass to Andrew Quarless ...
Penn State Nittany Lions Women's Volleyball - Results - 2010
... This streak ended the following season on August 26, 2011 when the Nittany Lions dropped a 3-1 match to the Oregon Ducks ... The Nittany Lions posted a regular season record of 26–5 and earned the fourth overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, keeping alive their streak of appearing in all 30 NCAA ... In the national semifinals, the Nittany Lions faced the Texas Longhorns in a rematch of the 2009 NCAA National Championship ...
Penn State–Syracuse Rivalry
... college football rivalry between the Penn State Nittany Lions football team of Pennsylvania State University and Syracuse Orange football team of Syracuse University ... finally led Syracuse to a resounding 48–21 victory over the Nittany Lions in the Dome ... played in Syracuse's Carrier Dome on September 13, 2008, with the Nittany Lions prevailing 55–13 over the Orange ...

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