Here is what's happening in sports on Friday, Sept. 22, including tonight's TV schedule.
Nittanyville, an organized Penn State club that camps outside Gate A of Beaver Stadium from Wednesday night to Saturday morning before home games, has its first week off.
Travis Sanheim is battling Robert Hagg and Sam Morin for the Flyers' two open defensive spots.
The Penn State coach isn't leaving anything to chance when it comes to the Lions' Big Ten opener.
The injury report clears up the air of mystery around the safeties' status.
After struggling as a rookie, the Rams' prospective franchise QB has better coaching, better weapons, and better results.
On the latest episode of the Birds' Eye View podcast. Zach Berman and Jeff McLane look ahead to Sunday's home opener.
Keith answered your Sixers questions in a live chat this morning.
The Eagles' defensive line could take advantage of the Giants' offensive line; three questions with Corey Graham; what's with the batted balls at the line?
The Union's captain has never been one to hold back his opinions, and he doesn't about the team's struggles.
The Eagles have covered in their last three home games against the Giants, and 5 of 6 against Eli and the boys.
The Commodores haven't defeated 'Bama since 1985, but their top-ranked defense gives them hope.
The Wildcats and legendary coach Paul Sacco emerged from a long week of practice and preparation with a signature victory over rival Holy Spirit.
In losses against Notre Dame and USF, Temple has allowed 734 rushing yards and nine touchdowns.