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2017 Schedule
11-3, 1st in Big Ten - East
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3dHeather Dinich

Noles-Tide matchup highlights Week 1 docket

Florida State vs. Alabama, and Michigan at Florida are among the marquee matchups slated to air on the ESPN family of networks during Week 1 of the 2017-18 college football season.

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4dDan Murphy

Who has the best pass-catchers in the Big Ten?

Penn State will have one of the league's best passing attacks thanks to receiving depth and talent, but there are a couple of surprise teams to watch.

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9dTom VanHaaren

Young recruiters giving the Big Ten a boost

Six Big Ten teams are in the top 20 of the 2018 recruiting class rankings, and a big reason is the infusion of youth in the assistant coaching ranks.

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11dDan Murphy

2017 could be record year for McSorley

Barring some type of major problem, QB Trace McSorley should end his second season as a starter at Penn State as the program's all-time leader in passing touchdowns.

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12dDan Murphy and Tom VanHaaren

Big Ten freshmen who could make an immediate impact

Michigan's Donovan Peoples-Jones looks ready to make an instant impact, but he's not the only one, as the Big Ten's incoming freshman class is strong.

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Sandusky wants another trial, blames lawyers

Jerry Sandusky wants a new trial, saying his former lawyers didn't properly represent him in 2012 and a victim's memories of abuse have changed.

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20dDan Murphy

The Big Ten's five most indispensable players

These five players may not be swimming in personal awards at the end of the season, but their teams' success will depend on them being in the lineup.

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Finebaum: Jay Paterno can help Nittany Lions move on (0:57)

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

New Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin was thrilled to get some one-on-one lessons with Calvin Johnson this spring. "For him to work with me was awesome."

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Penn State assistant coach Jay Paterno, the son of legendary Nittany Lions coach Joe Paterno, was elected to the university's Board of Trustees on Friday. Jay Paterno, who coached at Penn State from 1995 to 2011 and also played quarterback there from 1986-90, was the top vote getter among three alumni trustees elected to three-year terms. There are nine alumni among the 36 voting trustees.

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23dMark Schlabach

Penn St. adds Jay Paterno to board of trustees

Former Penn State assistant coach Jay Paterno, the son of longtime Nittany Lions football coach Joe Paterno, has been elected to serve on the university's board of trustees.