Month: June 2017
Four-star prospect Solomon Enis, son of Penn State great Curtis Enis, on Friday told PennLive’s Daniel Gallen, “Franklin signed a new five-year deal so he’s going to be there a minute while I’m there.”
“Our goal has always been to uncover and make transparent the full truth. We have done all we can in this litigation to achieve that end and the furtherance of it beyond this point will not yield anything new, which is why I have decided to end my litigation with the NCAA,” Paterno said in the statement.
The NCAA claims that it did not settle with the Paternos, and that the family of the former Penn State coach is voluntarily dropping the lawsuit.
RB Saquon Barkley, QB Trace McSorley, and TE Mike Gesicki were ranked as the 5th, 41st, and 81st best players in college football, respectively, coming off of the breakout 2016 season for the Nittany Lions.
Penn State women’s soccer head coach Erica Dambach discussed her team’s various training options during the summer, including a special opportunity in Seattle.
Penn State Athletics announced Thursday that the 15th annual Lift for Life will take place July 15 at 11 a.m. inside Holuba Hall.