By Bob Long on April 17, 2013
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, with Bob Long and Bryan McSorley, we introduced the show with a round of golf that Bob had with Mike McQueary (Start-11:40). After the break, we gave our thoughts on the Boston Marathon with an interview that we did with PSU Club XC alumnus Brian Petraco last night […]
By Bob Long on November 15, 2011
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, we discussed the Penn State vs. Nebraska game, including the key points of the game itself and how it affected the university given the circumstances (Start-14:26). Then, we analyzed the Big Ten standings, and discussed what Penn State needs to do to reach the Big Ten Championship Game […]
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By Bob Long on November 14, 2011
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, we took an in-depth look at the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State. We had an interview from 1450 ESPN’s Cory Giger, we got audio from Joe Paterno himself, and we took your calls. An action-packed hour on the Penn State scandal, check it out.
By Bob Long on November 10, 2011
Apparently I’m a traitor. Apparently I don’t get it. Apparently I can’t seem to understand everything Joe Paterno has done for the university. That is the opinion of just about every student with whom I have spoken about the firing of Joe Paterno. Maybe they are right. Or, on second thought, they are definitely wrong. […]
By Bob Long on November 10, 2011
November 10th, 2011: Bob Long Sports attended the Tom Bradley Introductory Press Conference as the new Head Coach of Penn State. Plenty of discussion about the chaos of the past week. Take a listen.
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By Bob Long on November 8, 2011
The Jerry Sandusky scandal has continued to permeate the Penn State campus and football program, and on Tuesday the story took a dramatic turn. Joe Paterno’s regularly scheduled press conference was cancelled just 40 minutes before it was scheduled to start. Assistant Athletic Director Jeff Nelson exited Beaver Stadium and informed the hundreds of media […]
By Bob Long on November 7, 2011
The now infamous Jerry Sandusky scandal has continued to infiltrate the Penn State campus and football program this Monday morning. Sandusky is alleged to have sexually assaulted at least 8 young boys, and many of them on the campus of Penn State University. Sandusky currently faces 40 counts of sex crimes against young boys. Sandusky […]
By Bob Long on September 13, 2011
In this week’s Nittany Lion Sports Report, Bob Long and Stephen Didamo discussed the state of the Penn State football program, leading with a discussion about the football program, then recapped the Alabama game, and finished with a preview of the upcoming Temple game.
By Bob Long on September 12, 2011
In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we pulled no punches in our analysis of the state of the Penn State football program. An extended discussion that you don’t want to miss (Start-1:04:30). Then, we discussed the struggles of the Villanova football program (1:04:30-1:10:20). Next, we rounded up the second week in college football […]
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