No team in the history of college football has ever entered a season the way Penn State is in 2012.
With eight reported transfers thus far and more likely on the way, the bolts are already starting to pop out from Penn State’s football jalopy.
So take my hand as we stroll through a bevy of buttheads who are somehow able to operate electronics and show the world what awful people they are and the detestable culture that encompasses so much of college football.
As a result of the sanctions levied against Penn State, junior running back Silas Redd will transfer to USC.
Contrary to what the NCAA originally insinuated, Penn State players cannot transfer at any point in their career without penalty.
Admittedly, it seems uncomfortable to talk about which Penn State players will transfer where in light of everything that has led to this unprecedented situation in State College.
It was beginning to look like Penn State’s Joe Paterno wouldn’t get his 400th win from Northwestern until the second half. After half time, the Nittany Lions came back from their 21-7 deficit and kept the Wildcats from scoring again. Penn State won the game 35-21.