Junior quarterback named to his fourth preseason watch list
Mangiro, Lucas and Zettel to attend Big Ten Media Day on July 31 in Chicago
Senior is among the candidates for the Most Outstanding Center; Carter nominated for Most Outstanding Tight End
Zettel earns preseason first-team All-America, All-Big honors from Phil Steele's College Football Preview
Leadership Council consists of 25 players and will be a voice for the team
Penn State vs. Maryland - 11/1/14
Penn State vs. UMass - 9/20/14
The Nittany Lions opened the home portion of their 2014 schedule against the Akron Zips at Beaver Stadium Sept. 6, 2014.
Penn State Football vs. Northwestern
Football vs. Iowa (Oct. 8, 2011)
A versatile player with good size and strength, Angelo Mangiro was Penn State's version of the sixth-man on the 2013 offensive line. He played in all 12 games for the second consecutive season, seeing time at center, both guard spots and on special teams. With three starters moving on from the offensive line, including center Ty Howle, Mangiro should be firmly in the mix for a starting assignment when the season begins in Ireland on Aug. 30. He likely will battle Wendy Laurent for the majority of snaps at center. The former Roxbury High School all-state honoree has added nearly 10 pounds of muscle during the off-season strength and conditioning program. A tough, physical and talented player, Mangiro helped the Nittany Lions rush for 2,088 yards and throw for 3,110 yards last season. He is among the student-athletes who have participated in the Penn State Athletes Take Action anti-bullying program, in a local middle school created, by former Lady Lion basketball player Gizelle Studevent. Mangiro owns a cumulative grade-point average above 3.0 in criminology and earned Academic All-Big Ten accolades last year. He is on schedule to graduate in December. Mangiro is among 12 returning Nittany Lions from New Jersey.
2013 (Junior Season)
2012 (Sophomore Season)
2011 (Freshman Season)