2014-2015 Penn State Nittany Lions Men's Basketball Road Schedule
The Penn State Nittany Lions are ready to pounce
on the opposition this season as they take to the court to tip-off with some of the toughest teams in the NCAA ranks. The
Nittany Lions always have a collection of talented players with the potential to make some serious noise, though that's never
easy considering the Lions call the Big 10 Conference home, an elite college of teams that features some of the best programs
in the entire nation. With some new additions in Rutgers and Maryland added into the mix, Nittany Lions fans also get a chance
to jump into some new, budding rivalries, creating an extra level of intrigue for the season. On the road against some of
the toughest teams in the country, the Lions will have plenty of opportunities to prove their worth, giving you many reasons
to head out and see what all the buzz is about.
As the college basketball season heats up there is arguably no better
place to be than at Bryce Jordan Center, the University Park, Pennsylvania home of the Penn State Nittany Lions. But you can't
just limit yourself to the Bryce Jordan Center, as seeing the Lions away from home can give you a completely different perspective
on your favorite team. Both home and on the road, the Lions have plenty of matchups you'll want to be a part of, giving you
lots of opportunities to see the Lions do their thing and rise up the Big 10 standings.
Penn State Nittany Lions
Penn State basketball is always all the rage around campus of this proud, sports-heavy university, and that's
not likely to change anytime in the near future. With the addition of both Maryland and Rutgers into the Big 10, the Lions
have a couple of new teams to begin building rivalries against, as this is a conference that only seems to get bigger and
better. Thanks to a talented team that can light up the scoreboard in a hurry and really clamp down on defense for all the
crucial moments of a big game, this is a team that you definitely don't want to miss out on this season. Put down the remote
and see it all for yourself this year as the Lions look to pile up the wins and give their fans another memorable year of
Spectator sports aren't exactly anything new, as people have been enjoying big
events for many, many years. Dating all the way back to the original Greek Olympics and Roman chariot racing, people have
been pouring in by the tens of thousands to be a part of spectator sports, and that's not something likely to change any time
in the near future. Though things are quite a bit different these days, spectator sports are still all the rage, and it doesn't
get any better than college basketball when it's played by some of the top athletes in the entire country. There may be plenty
of ways to follow the action these days, but checking the box score on your smart phone isn't exactly the same thing as being
there with thousands of passionate Nittany Lions fans.
Penn State Nittany Lions History
In the Big 10,
one of the most competitive conferences in the entire nation, the Nittany Lions always have plenty of exciting matchups against
top-tier basketball programs. The Nittany Lions have been in the Big 10 for more than two decades at this point and have built
some very strong rivalries over the years, giving fans a steady stream of thrills from one season to the next. Overall, the
Lions have shot their way to nine different NCAA Tournaments, made it to the Sweet Sixteen five different times and always
seem to have a roster loaded with playmakers who can do a little bit of everything. In a new era of Big 10 basketball, in
which the competition expands to 14 teams, there has never been a better time to hit the road and show your support for your
Penn State Nittany Lions.
Penn State Nittany Lions Trivia
Did you know that 10 different Lions have been
drafted into the NBA?
With the first being John Rusinko in 1947 and Calvin Booth the most recent in 1999, the Lions
have had quite a few dominant players who have gone on to play on the next level.
Nittany Lions Fans
though Bryce Jordan Center is obviously the place to be whenever the Nittany Lions are digging in at home, you can't limit
yourself to half the schedule and call yourself a true fan. Instead of just flipping on the highlights, make the Lions the
focal point of a road trip and you'll end up with a completely different perspective on your favorite team, and you'll definitely
be glad that you're still sitting in your dorm room pretending to flip through that macroeconomics textbook. When the game
is on the line on the road and your favorite team is looking for one more big basket to seal the deal, there's nothing like
Penn State Nittany Lions basketball.