Friday, May 25, 2007

2005 Penn State v. Michigan State Montage

With both Ryan & I graduating a week ago, we're feeling a bit nostalgic for Dear Old State and wanted to post this video from the 2005 regular season finale against Michigan State. One of our good friends Mark Loucks filmed and edited this video after the Lions won the Big Ten Title in East Lansing in November of 2005. It is a great reminder of what a fantastic season that was and what we all hope to see again this fall as the Lions strive for another Big Ten Championship. Enjoy the summer and we're less than 100 days till the kickoff of the 2007 season.

Penn State vs. Minnesota 2006 Archive

The Blue White Football Podcast Archive is back to bring you the thrilling broadcast of Penn State's 2006 victory over Minnesota. Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick had the call from the Metrodome in Minneapolis and were on the edge of their seats for every moment of this overtime shocker.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Blue White Football Podcast #32

Mike & Ryan are back for their final podcast before the summer takes full effect. The guys discuss the charges that were dropped against the four Nittany Lions as well as react to the draft results for several former Penn Staters. Sean Fitz from Blue White Illustrated also gives us an update on some of the recruiting news for Penn State. Join the guys for this final podcast of Spring 2007.

Friday, May 04, 2007

Charges Against King, Sales, Hayes and Sargeant All Dropped!

Nittany Lion star cornerback Justin King has had all charges against him dropped, after a preliminary hearing determined that there was not enough evidence to prosecute him. King had been charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and harassment stemming from the apartment fight on April 1st which led to the arrest of six PSU football players. Dan Galway, a friend of the Blue White Football Podcast, covered the preliminary hearing this morning for the Centre County Report and was kind enough to give us this video.

This is great news for the football program and not a surprise when you consider the initial word had been that King was acting as a peacemaker when he entered the apartment. Information is continuing to come out of the preliminary hearing and Mike & Ryan will be back early next week to discuss what went down in court Friday and several of the topics many of you have brought up in emails. Please keep the comments & emails coming and check back for more news as it breaks.

Update @ 6:50 p.m. 5/4/07:

After the charges against Justin King were dropped earlier this morning, three other Nittany Lions saw the same outcome late this afternoon. Tyrell Sales, Jerome Hayes, and Lydell Sargeant have all had the charges of criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and harassment dropped as well. The situations surrounding Anthony Scirrotto and Chris Baker have yet to be determined.