Blue White Roundtable: Alabama Week Edition
September 7, 2011 – | 1 Comment

Once again, it’s Adam Collyer over at BlackShoeDiaries providing the questions, and we, your humble bloggers, providing the answers. Mine are below, and you can venture off to the remote areas of the blogosphere that …

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Devon Edwards is a Penn State student and longtime fan, who hails from Long Island when he's not in Happy Valley. In addition to being a passionate supporter of the Nittany Lions, he is an avid Mets, Jets, and Islanders fan. A former sports writer for the Daily Collegian, Devon has been writing for NittanyWhiteOut since the summer of 2008. If you feel the need, you can reach Devon by AIM at metsmaniac013, by email at edwards.devon@gmail.com, or by carrier pigeon at the BJC or Beaver Stadium on gamedays. If you so desire, you can also follow Devon on Twitter, at www.twitter.com/Devon2012.

Blue White Roundtable: Alabama Week Edition
September 7, 2011 – 5:41 pm | One Comment
Blue White Roundtable: Alabama Week Edition

Once again, it’s Adam Collyer over at BlackShoeDiaries providing the questions, and we, your humble bloggers, providing the answers. Mine are below, and you can venture off to the remote areas of the blogosphere that …

Breaking News: No Penn State Players Suspended for Taking Impermissible Benefits
September 1, 2011 – 7:27 pm | One Comment

Pity we can’t say the same about those Buckeyes.┬áBut when has Penn State ever done things the way of Ohio State?
I guess it’s true what they say: Meet the same boss, same as the old …

The Return of the Blue/White Roundtable
August 30, 2011 – 2:38 pm | No Comment
The Return of the Blue/White Roundtable

It’s an institution of the Penn State blogosphere, and sure enough, it’s back for the 2011 season. That’s right, what we’ve got here is a genuine, bona-fide, electrified Blue/White Roundtable. There might be fewer seats, …

Penn State’s Week One Depth Chart is Kinda Weird
August 29, 2011 – 5:21 pm | No Comment

The highlights, in bullet-form:
Offense:

Stephfon Green, who was dismissed then reinstated to the team by Joe Paterno, is nowhere to be seen. Instead, it’s Brandon Beachum and Curtis Dukes backing up starter Silas Redd at running …

Preseason Blogpolling!
August 29, 2011 – 12:27 pm | No Comment
Preseason Blogpolling!

I’ve got to get to class, so I can’t give these rankings the full explanations it deserves (and probably needs.) But remember, as always, these rankings are totally fluid from week to week, I won’t …

Position Profile: Receivers
August 22, 2011 – 3:48 pm | No Comment
Position Profile: Receivers

With under two weeks to go until Penn State’s season opener against Indiana State, we’re officially back in football mode here at quebecpenspinning. We might be a bit late with this set of season previews, …

Notes From Media Day
August 17, 2011 – 12:54 pm | No Comment
Notes From Media Day

Before I begin, I should probably explain why we haven’t posted in a while. Frankly, it’s just been bad timing. I just got back from a study abroad program in Europe, and Charlie is still …

Son of a Football Man: Skyler Mornhinweg Picks Penn State
July 19, 2011 – 1:45 pm | 4 Comments
Son of a Football Man: Skyler Mornhinweg Picks Penn State

Remember how, after Pat Devlin’s departure, Penn State was pretty screwed because he was the only scholarship QB they’d signed between 2006 and 2008?
Well, I’m sure the coaching staff does, because they’ve made sure to …

On the Blogosphere Goings-on
July 16, 2011 – 12:11 pm | One Comment

In the beginning, scientists say, all matter and energy in the universe was focused into the tiniest of possible concentrations. From that incredibly hot, dense state, came a rapid expansion outward, and after enough time, …

Joey O’Connor Joins the Blue and White
June 29, 2011 – 12:42 pm | No Comment
Joey O’Connor Joins the Blue and White

Following the surprise commitments of Austin Johnson and Derek Dowrey over the weekend, there was much hysteria amongst the Penn State fanbase. Surely, they seemed to say, taking a chance on two relative unknowns would …