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Posted: 7/23/2012 9:50:17 AM
Keep me updated on who leaves and for what college (stats if you can)!! FROM PENN STATE!
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Posted: 7/23/2012 11:28:58 AM
Recruits OT Dorian Johnson and 4-star CB Ross Douglas are gone so far, I'm sure many more to follow.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 11:48:07 AM

Guess most that are there are taking on an US vs the world mentality!

  • Red-shirt junior Nate Cadogan: "Psu vs the world!!! Day 1"
  • Former Penn State safety Nick Sukay: "If I know my team at psu no ones transferrin anywhere #family"
  • Freshman cornerback Jake Kiley: "I'm ready for whatever, somebody better tell them I'll be here when the smoke clear and everything settles for real. #WeArePennState ... Like I said yesterday, Sept. 1st = Penn St. Vs. The World. We're ready for whatever, so know this is only making our family stronger! #WeAre "
  • Former Penn State running back Evan Royster: "ah crap... so i lost every college football game i ever played in?"
  • Red-shirt junior tight-end Garry Gilliam: "And I stand by my statement yesterday... I'm not going anywhere, Penn State forever! #WeAre"
  • Former Penn State quarterback Daryll Clark: "This is beyond sad man..."
  • Senior cornerback Stephon Morris: "I'm not going anywhere We Are Penn State forever. That's final!! Love this University, more important I bleed Blue & White!!"

 

Wow?? really US VS THE WORLD, AND THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT? WHAT IF YOU CANT BE ON T.V. WHAT THEN??

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Posted: 7/23/2012 11:52:50 AM
a bunch of pathetic human beings who are garbage on my shoe # you are clap clap a disgrace!!!!!
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Posted: 7/23/2012 1:45:43 PM
Greg Webb, a four-star recruit in the class of 2013, has rescinded his verbal commitment to Penn State and has instead decided to play football at the University of North Carolina. Webb is 6'2", 290 pounds and a consensus top-10 defensive tackle. He's received more than 30 scholarship offers and was considered a big get for Penn State at the time of his commitment.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 1:49:21 PM

THINK THIS GUY IS DECOMMITTED TOO

Adam is arguably Penn State’s most important target. He may not be the highest rated target or play at the most important position, but getting Adam Breneman on board is crucial for Bill O’Brien and the Nittany Lions.

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Posted: 7/23/2012 3:07:09 PM

Four-star CB Ross Douglas and his family wish Penn State the best moving forward BUT HE ISNT GOING THERE LOL, NEITHER IS ANYONE ELSE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND!!

 

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Posted: 7/23/2012 3:36:22 PM
There is no reason for freshman and sophs to stay. There will be a bunch of schools picking this team apart and only peer pressure to hold them back from playing for a post season bowl. The kicker is these other schools not being limited to their allotted scholarships this year, so they can add the necessary parts to their team. They will subtract the scholarship on next year's tab. The NCAA wants to kill Penn State this year and not just waiting for the sanctions to take place.   
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Posted: 7/23/2012 3:42:30 PM
I think Paterno knew this was going on, but chose to ignore it. The school is getting what it deserved, it's just too bad some of the people responsible have already left. At least it put Bowden on top for most wins, so there is some positve news to this travesty.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 6:26:45 PM

Thoughts on the matter:

1. Jordan Hill, DT – Penn State’s interior line was one of the best in the nation last year. Devon Still led the way with 17 tackles for a loss, while Hill recorded 59 stops and 3.5 sacks. With Still expiring his eligibility, Hill is expected to become a leader for Penn State’s defense and emerge as one of the top linemen in the Big Ten. Not having Still around will force defenses to focus more on Hill, but he is capable of handling the double teams in 2012.

Possible Fits: Clemson, USC, Virginia, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Iowa

2. Silas Redd, RB – In his first season as a starter in 2011, Redd rushed for 1,241 yards and seven touchdowns, while catching nine passes for 40 yards. He had a stretch of five 100-yard performances, including 164 against Northwestern. Penn State's offensive line has been inconsistent in Redd's career and had only one returning starter in 2012. Redd is an Athlon Sports second-team All-Big Ten selection for 2012.

Possible Fits: Iowa, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech, Syracuse, Illinois, Florida, Tennessee

3. Gerald Hodges, LB – After becoming a major contributor to the defense late in the 2010 season, Hodges emerged as one of the unit's top players in 2011. He led Penn State with 106 tackles last year, while also recording 10 tackles for a loss and 4.5 sacks. Hodges earned first-team All-Big Ten honors last season and was nominated to the Butkus Award watchlist for 2012. He is expected to be one of the first linebackers off the board in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Possible Fits: TCU, Pittsburgh, Michigan, Baylor, Texas, West Virginia, Nebraska, Auburn, Arkansas, LSU

4. Michael Mauti, LB – Injuries have limited Mauti in his career but if healthy, is capable of ranking among the Big Ten’s top linebackers. He recorded 21 tackles in four games last year but suffered a torn ACL in the 34-6 win over Eastern Michigan. Mauti played in 11 games in 2010 and recorded 67 tackles and two sacks. All signs point to a return to full strength by Mauti, but he may need a few games to knock off the rust. Considering Mauti's father played at Penn State, it could be difficult for him to leave Happy Valley.

Possible Fits: Michigan, NC State, Baylor, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Nebraska, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, TCU

5. Khairi Fortt, LB – With Mauti, Hodges, Glenn Carson and Fortt, the Nittany Lions have one of the Big Ten’s top linebacking corps for 2012. Fortt finished spring practice just behind Glenn Carson on the depth chart and is expected to make another push for a starting spot this fall. He logged significant snaps last season, recording 33 tackles and six tackles for a loss. As a junior, Fortt is only scratching the surface on his potential and could have a breakout 2012 season.

Possible Fits: Pittsburgh, Nebraska, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn

6. Glenn Carson, LB – Carson was steady in his first year as a starter in 2011, recording 74 stops and forcing two fumbles in 13 games. Although he's not flashy, Carson is a steady performer and will figure into the rotation even if he loses his starting job to Khairi Fortt.

Possible Fits: Michigan, Boston College, NC State, Baylor, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn

7. Justin Brown, WR – Brown is Penn State’s top returning receiver after catching 35 passes for 517 yards and two scores. He caught six receptions for 62 yards in the 14-10 win over Temple, while posting one catch for 69 yards and a score in the bowl loss against Houston. At 6-foot-3 and 209 pounds, Brown has intriguing size and talent and is coming off his best statistical season.

Possible Fits: Maryland, Illinois, Temple

8. Anthony Fera, K/P – Fera had a solid 2011 season, nailing 14 of 17 field goals and averaging 42 yards per punt. Considering his value on both aspects of special teams, a lot of teams could have an interest in Fera.

Possible Fits: Florida State (punter), Virginia Tech (kicker and punter), Tennessee

9. Sean Stanley, DE – Stanley is a steady performer and is poised to finish his career on a high note. He made 30 tackles and recorded 4.5 sacks last season and is the team’s top returner at defensive end for 2012. Stanley isn’t likely to be a standout but can be a solid part of a rotation.

Possible Fits: Temple, Rutgers, Iowa

10. Matt Stankiewitch, C – With Stankiewitch back as the only returning starter, Penn State’s offensive line is in full rebuild mode in 2012. He started all 13 contests last season and helped Penn State’s rushing attack average 4.2 yards per carry and 1.1 sacks per game.

Possible Fits: Rutgers, Maryland, Temple

11. Malcolm Willis, S – The Nittany Lions lost all four starters in the secondary from last season, but the cupboard wasn’t bare for new coach Bill O’Brien. Willis played in 12 contests last year and recorded 33 stops and one interception. He doesn’t have a full season of starts under his belt, but is primed to be a solid contributor at safety.

12. Bill Belton, RB – Belton didn’t see much playing time last year but made an impact when he got on the field. He rushed for 15 yards on four attempts in the 20-14 win over Ohio State, while recording 38 yards in the bowl loss to Houston. Belton is expected to backup Silas Redd, along with contribute out of the backfield on passing downs and on special teams. This sophomore is an intriguing talent and one who should get better with more playing time

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Posted: 7/23/2012 6:33:44 PM
so basically just fade Penn state for the rest of eternity
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Posted: 7/23/2012 6:56:41 PM

it looks like the NCAA is thinking about waiving some rules to make transfers easier...however these still count against the limit (even if it's next year) so they receiving school still needs to think about whether it's really worth it depending on who it is and what year they're in....most decent schools won't be in a big hurry to give up unless the player is young and they can't do any better next year...below is part of the article from OSU site

 

Additionally, the NCAA is considering waiving scholarship limits for programs to which these football student-athletes transfer, provided they reduce proportionately in the next year. For example, the limit is 25 new scholarships per year to a total of 85 scholarships. If the limits are waived in 2012-13 to accommodate one Penn State student-athlete who wishes to transfer to a particular school already at the limits, in 2013-14 the school will be limited to 24 new scholarships and 84 total scholarships.

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Posted: 7/23/2012 6:59:07 PM

it could be the mediocre to poor teams more likely to pick up any transfers although doubt there will be any mass exit...although the ban wasn't as long, more players stayed at USC than they ever thought would

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Posted: 7/23/2012 7:33:38 PM
These sanctions will kill the the Penn State football program and also all the other mens and womens sports at Penn St. Remember the football and basketball programs pay for 90% of the cost of other sports so kill the football program you then kill the other sports. Notice that the NCAA didn't do anything about the TV money that Penn St gets from the Big Ten Network Why? Because that money is based on having a product that will keep people watching even though Penn St will be getting their fools kicked all over the field this season.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 8:51:51 PM
STAYING POWER: 2013 TE Adam Breneman reportedly still committed to #PennState because of O'Brien and fans...


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Posted: 7/23/2012 8:53:39 PM
OR THE FUTURE: 2013 pledges Garrett Sickels and Brendan Mahon both say they remain committed to
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Posted: 7/23/2012 8:54:19 PM
Garrett Sickels and Brendan Mahon both emphatic that they will remain committed to Penn State because of the new staff.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 8:54:52 PM
Contrary to rumors, OT Dorian Johnson tells me he's still committed to Penn State.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 11:16:22 PM
How would you like to be on the Gophers, all ready to start at some position, just to find out a Penn St transfer gets your job.  Thanks NCAA, for nothing.  The morons in charge of the NCAA are hurting a lot of innocent people with this ruling.
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Posted: 7/24/2012 12:09:02 AM
THISGUY IS WISE IS BRENDAN NOBEL!! HAS TO BE!!!
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Posted: 7/24/2012 12:11:59 AM
Excuse me Brandon Noble...who thinks the sanctions are out of this world OUT OF BOUNDS!! His main concern was for the players....but they can leave without penalty, no big deal!!! Big 10 is gonna deal them out!
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Posted: 7/24/2012 12:16:22 AM
Thisguyiswise i dont wanna pile on you, you had nothing to do with any of it ...your a fan, but can you at least admit that Penn state deserved something for this??? And say sorry we were wrong..it was fucked; we were wrong, we feel like bone-heads!!!
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Posted: 7/24/2012 12:21:34 AM

With a nearly $4.3 billion operating budget, Pennsylvania State University has the financial capacity to absorb the $60 million fine assessed by the NCAA over five years without devastation, experts say.


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Posted: 7/24/2012 12:24:06 AM
Brandon Noble Penn state D-Line 1993-1996......Looks and Sounds like he has had 12 or more concussions!!
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Posted: 7/24/2012 4:13:31 PM

 Silas Redd the vastly talented and athletic tailback roared to five consecutive 100-yard rushing games, helping the Nittany Lions burst to a 5-0 Big Ten start en route to a share of the Leaders Division title.

THE KEY TO THE PUZZLE, DOES HE STAY OR DOES HE GO, WITHOUT HIM STAYIING, THE DOMINOES MAY FALL!

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