Video: Saquon Barkley Thanks Penn State OC Joe Moorhead For Trusting Him After Game-Winning Touchdown

first_imgjoe moorhead, joe moorhead penn state, joe moorhead head coach, coaching carousel, joe moorhead candidate, saquon barkley touchdown moorehead featuredTwitter/@audsnyder4A Saquon Barkley touchdown gave Penn State a big win over Minnesota at Beaver Stadium.The Nittany Lions and Golden Gophers played a pretty intense one in Happy Valley this afternoon. Minnesota did a pretty good job bottling up explosive PSU star running back Saquon Barkley all day, but he made the biggest play of the day when it mattered most.On Penn State’s first play of overtime, down 29-26, Barkley burst through the line on a draw and took it to the house, handing the Nittany Lions a 29-26 Big Ten win.The. End. Saquon Barkley needs just one play for the game-winning score in OT for @PennStateFball.— Penn State On BTN (@PennStateOnBTN) October 1, 2016It was not a vintage Saquon Barkley game, for the most part. Minnesota held him to just 3.2 yards per carry—he totaled 63 yards on 20 carries, including the 25 yard score. Quarterback Trace McSorley was actually the more effective rusher, with 73 yards on just eight rushes, and a score of his own. On the first play of overtime, however, offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead called Barkley’s number, and it paid off.After the win, Barkley thanked his coach for trusting in him, during a pretty cool moment on the field.Saquon Barkley to OC Joe Moorhead after the TD: “Way to trust me, baby. Way to trust me.”— Audrey Snyder (@audsnyder4) October 1, 2016The win is a huge one for Penn State, pushing the program to 3-2 on the year. Next Saturday, the Nittany Lions host Maryland.last_img read more

Find the Most Unique Undiscovered Campsites in the US With Hipcamp

first_img Nevada’s Massacre Rim Named Latest International Dark Sky Sanctuary Editors’ Recommendations The Best Campgrounds Near Major U.S. Cities Şahin Yeşilyaprak/UnsplashAnyone who’s tried to find and book a campsite on public land knows the struggle. Without an all-in-one metasearch engine — think Kayak or Expedia — for campgrounds, searching for campsites was a painful, time-consuming task. Now, with the release of its new mobile app, Hipcamp has streamlined the process, making it easier than ever to book right from your phone.By the numbers, Hipcamp is impressive. With more than 300,000 sites available, it claims to be the largest resource of its kind in the United States. That number includes public park campsites and private campgrounds, making it easy to zero in on the site that fits your needs. Most impressive are the niche options available for specific types of camping. Hipcamp curates lists for lake camping, beach camping, pet-friendly campsites, and glamping (glamour camping) options. Like Airbnb, many of Hipcamp’s sites are unique and destination-worthy in their own right like this off-grid tiny cabin in Oregon, California’s The Sanctuary Treehouse, and this rustic campsite on a vineyard in Minnesota. For at least a decade, most campground-booking engines around the country were siloed, closed off from one another. That made it almost impossible to do a quick, location-based search for, say, all available campsites in Yosemite this weekend or the best beach camping near Savannah, Georgia. Instead, it usually involved an arduous process of searching dozens of sites, all with different layouts, requirements, contact forms, payment systems, and owners. Even today, some systems aren’t online at all, forcing would-be campers to pick up the phone and — brace yourself — call the reservation office (the horror!).There’s no shortage of peer-to-peer options for campers looking to reserve a temporary stay on their own secluded patch of Earth. Most, however, tend to cater to a specific niche. GlampingHub, for example, is the country’s largest booking engine for upscale camping, where campsites typically offer most, if not all, the comforts of home. On the other end of the spectrum is FreeHouse — a site dedicated to disconnected, off-grid accommodations where nature-lovers can expect a proper digital detox far from civilization. Hipcamp is unique with a comprehensive catalog that offers luxury and barebones accommodations, plus everything in between.The Hipcamp app is free to download for iOS, and the company promises an Android version is in the works. Users can also book through the Hipcamp website. It’s free for campers to register, and money only changes hands when a site is reserved. Book a Last-Minute Summer Camping Trip Just About Anywhere With Pitchup The Opus OP15′ Is a Tricked-Out, Off-Road-Ready Travel Trailer Escape to the Pacific Northwest at Hoh Rainforest Caravan Cabinslast_img read more