Feb 20, 2014
Where Are They Now? 2012 Football Transfers
When NCAA president Mark Emmert handed down unprecedented sanctions against the Penn State football program in July 2012, the Nittany Lion football players were able to transfer to any school without having to sit out a year.
Commentary: Penn State coach O'Brien appreciates Robinson's commitment
When Allen Robinson had his first meetings with Penn State's new coaching staff headed by Bill O'Brien, he had just come off a freshman season in which he caught three passes, sixth among wide receivers who were scheduled to return to the team in 2012.
Ex-Penn State WR now an ex-Herd WR
As one of a handful of players who took advantage of relaxed transfer standards as part of Penn State's NCAA sanctions, Shawney Kersey was hoping to make an immediate at Marshall in 2013.
Lions rich at WR position
It looked like so much had been thrown away when the NCAA handed down its sanctions against the Penn State football program last summer.
Penn State coach O'Brien to keep 'go for it' strategy
He went for it right away, so within the first minutes of his college coaching career, Bill O'Brien was deemed a gambler.