With features on Donnie Johnson, Anthony Scirrotto, Rich Orhnberger, PSU's running back recruiting and our basketball previews, among others, the Decemebr issue of Fight On State The Magazine, Penn State's only glossy magazine, is full of exclusive content and photos covering all aspects of Penn State football and sports.
This most recent issue of Fight On State The Magazine is packed with one-of-a-kind, exclusive features and interviews, including:
An indepth feature on Penn State safety Donnie Johnson, who arrived in Happy Valley as a highly touted running back but never made an impact at the position. Johnson eventually moved to the secondary, but had to wait his turn to start. In his final season, he is making the most of his opportunity.
Speaking of running backs, Scott Cole examines Penn State's issues in recruiting tailbacks this decade. See what the Nittany Lions have done and what they are trying to do now.
Lou Prato takes a look back at one of the greatest Penn State basketball teams of all time. Amazingly, four of the key players on the squad were moonlighting from the Nittany Lion football team.
Speaking of basketball, this is also our basketball preview issue. That portion of the magazine is highlighted by a lengthy Q&A with men's coach Ed DeChellis, in which he talks candidly about the high expectations for the team this year and what it took to get the program to this point.
We also breakdown the men's basketball team, giving the lowdown on what is happening in the backcourt and frontcourt.
How will the Lady Lions bounce back from an 2005-06 season that saw serious issues on and off the floor? We let you know who Rene Portland and company hope to get back on track.
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