Although Penn State lost 24-17 to Georgia, Ben Kline was fired up before the TaxSlayer Bowl. Suiting up for the Nittany Lions for the final time Saturday, Kline did all he could to motivate his teammates prior to the matchup against the Bulldogs.
It wasn't enough to seal the victory, but Trace McSorley made his case for the starting quarterback job next season with his TaxSlayer Bowl performance.
The career of a Penn State legend came to a sudden end early in the TaxSlayer Bowl. Christian Hackenberg remained humble as he reflected on his three years in blue and white.
Austin Johnson will forego his final season of eligibility and enter the 2016 NFL Draft, joining quarterback Christian Hackenberg as Penn State's second early draft entry this year.
Three-Star Athlete Aaron Mathews has committed to Penn State over Pittsburgh and West Virginia.
After three seasons as Penn State's quarterback, Christian Hackenberg will leave for the NFL, forgoing his senior season. The announcement came immediately after the Taxslayer Bowl against Georgia.
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