Former Villanova star and Olympian Patrick Tiernan takes Olympics postponement in stride

Tiernan competed for Australia in the Rio Games. He said he was looking forward to the next Olympics to put into practice the lessons he learned from his 2016 debut.

Former Villanova star and Olympian Patrick Tiernan takes Olympics postponement in stride

Tiernan competed for Australia in the Rio Games. He said he was looking forward to the next Olympics to put into practice the lessons he learned from his 2016 debut.

Former Villanova star Ryan Arcidiacono, now with Chicago Bulls, waits for NBA season to resume

A key member of the Wildcats' 2016 national championship team, Arcidiacono said he hasn't picked up a basketball in almost a month.

Former Villanova star Ryan Arcidiacono, now with Chicago Bulls, waits for NBA season to resume

A key member of the Wildcats' 2016 national championship team, Arcidiacono said he hasn't picked up a basketball in almost a month.

Penn State offensive coordinator Kirk Ciarrocca adjusting to his new job thanks to video chats

Ciarrocca has Pennsylvania roots. He is from Lewisberry, Pa., near Harrisburg and played at Juniata College before graduating from Temple.

Penn State offensive coordinator Kirk Ciarrocca adjusting to his new job thanks to video chats

Ciarrocca has Pennsylvania roots. He is from Lewisberry, Pa., near Harrisburg and played at Juniata College before graduating from Temple.
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Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour hopes there will be a 2020 football season

The Nittany Lions football program funds the university's 30 other athletic programs and provides a big economic boost to the Happy Valley community. She said the season could be played at "a non-traditional time of year."

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