Eric Herrold was born in State College and has bled Penn State Blue and White ever since. He is currently the proud owner/coordinator of the rapidly growing Facebook fanpage Nittany Nation, as well as a member of Success With Honor, the non-profit charitable organization. Eric currently resides in Richmond, Virginia spreading Penn State cheer and goodwill to all that will listen!

Posts by Eric Herrold

Diamonds in the Rough

Diamonds in the Rough

Inch-by-inch and day-by-day we get a little bit closer to Show Time. The off-season that never rests is like an Amtrak train barreling its way toward a season of great expectations. The freshmen are on campus, in summer classes, and already grinding away under the...

A Stranger No More

A Stranger No More

At the very beginning of 2014, right smack in the middle of another unaccustomed bout with the dreaded change machine, we were introduced to a stranger. His name, James Franklin of course. It wasn’t too long after we felt that double dose of rejection from the likes...

Make Room for Two

Make Room for Two

In 1973 John Cappelletti won college football’s most coveted individual honor, the Heisman Trophy. Penn State went undefeated that year and was built around Cappy’s exploits as he rushed for over 1,500 yards and scored 17 touchdowns. His acceptance speech...

A Season of Great Expectations

A Season of Great Expectations

Somewhere close to the end of the Big Ten Championship game against Wisconsin, Gus Johnson for Fox Sports said, “Welcome back to Camelot,” as Trace McSorley and Co. stuck a dagger into the Badger’s last hope and put the finishing touch on a massive second-half...

A Caravan of Champions

A Caravan of Champions

For most of us, it’s the offseason. For Penn State football, the season never rests. True to form, James Franklin spent the week in a suit and tie shaking hands, kissing babies, and of course, taking selfies with adoring alumni and fans. The fifth edition of the...

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