Carter helped lead the Nittany Lions to the 1995 Rose Bowl title and a 12-0 season
Chiappialle runs for 63 yards, two scores as Blue defeats White on 70 degree day in Beaver Stadium
Robinson among 85 underclassmen invited to NFL Combine
Robinson, Jones and Urschel on First Team; Nine Nittany Lions Earn Honorable-Mention
All-American Selection: 1994, 1995
Guard, 1994 and 1995, St. Henry, Ohio, selected by the Associated Press and Walter Camp in 1994 and the Football Coaches, United Press International, Walter Camp, and The Sporting News in 1995. Hartings was the cornerstone of a Penn State offensive line that surrendered only three sacks in all of 1994 and helped the Nittany Lions lead the nation in scoring and total offense, setting 14 school records. A starter in the final 31 games of his career at long guard, Hartings was the 11th Nittany Lion to twice earn first-team All-America honors. He was a three-time first-team All-Big Ten choice and a semifinalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award. Hartings also was just the fourth Lion selected to the GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America first-team on two occasions and was chosen a National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete. Hartings was selected by the Detroit Lions in the first round of the 1996 National Football League Draft. Now retired, he played for the Lions (1996-2000) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (2001-06), earning All-Pro honors in 2004 and `05. He lives in Baden, Pa.