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Penn Staters React To Ricky Rahne’s Departure For Old Dominion

Penn State football offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne was named the head coach of Old Dominion Monday night. Rahne has been with Penn State since 2014, and was officially named the offensive coordinator before the 2018 season, where he has had mixed results ever since.

Many Penn Staters took to social media to express their feelings on Rahne’s departure from Happy Valley, and let’s just say they weren’t too kind to the coach.

A lot of Penn Staters feel like Stephen A today.

Come on man, this one is just mean.

Too far Sam, too far.

Yes, Old Dominion can imagine.

Hey look, some nice reactions! Rahne received a ton of praise from his former tight end Mike Gesicki, current Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford, and of course, head coach James Franklin.

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Gabe Angieri

Gabe Angieri is a freshman majoring in broadcast journalism. He grew up in Lindenhurst, NY and has had the absolute misfortune of rooting for the Jets, Mets, and Knicks. If you want to see his rants on all of his teams follow him on twitter @gabeangieri and direct all hate mail and death threats to [email protected]

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