Sure, the pitching isn't going to solve any of the offensive woes, but it's still awfully nice to know our rotation this weekend will consist of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, and Roy Oswalt.
Tonight's match up faces Carlos Zambrano (5-2, 3.98) and his "We Stinks" attitude against Roy Halladay (8-3, 2.56) who looks to become the leagues' first nine game winner.
Not much of a preview today. We were up too late watching last night's crap-fest and are simply exhausted trying to come up with things to say about this offense. Maybe if they finally wake up and put some big numbers on the board, it'd make things easier on everybody.
First pitch scheduled for 7:05. Come look for us and say "what's up" if you make it over to Camden this evening.
After its signature win over Ohio State on Saturday night, Penn State finds itself ranked for the first time since 2011.
The Nittany Lions (5-2, 3-1 Big Ten) are ranked No. 24 in the latest AP poll. The Lions stunned the Buckeyes, 24-21, on Saturday in a White Out at Beaver Stadium (see game story).
With the loss, Ohio State drops from No. 2 in the country to No. 6 (see full poll).
While head coach James Franklin sidestepped the signature win question after the game (see story), there is no question the Ohio State win is one that has been lacking in the Franklin era at State College. Even junior cornerback Grant Haley, who scored the go-ahead, 60-yard touchdown off a blocked field goal in the fourth quarter, believes it was much-needed too.
“It’s just a game that put Penn State back on the map," Haley said. "We needed that signature win, and we did it tonight."
Penn State heads to Purdue next Saturday for a noon kickoff against the Boilermakers.
After a slog of a start for the Eagles, Josh Huff gave the Philadelphia faithful something to cheer about when he took a kick return 98 yards to the house.
And he capped it off with a flip into the end zone.
Huff joins fellow Eagle Wendell Smallwood as the only players in the NFL this season to return a kickofff for a touchdown.
It put the Eagles sup 8-3 after a successfull two-point conversion following a Vikings penalty.