Transfer Portal Roundup: Week Seven

As No. 16 Penn State football disappointed in a blowout loss to Michigan, several former Penn Staters were also in action on Saturday. Some had standout performances, while others failed to follow up on their successes from last week.

Here’s a look at how some other Nittany Lions performed on the gridiron around college football.

Will Levis, Kentucky

Levis stopped Kentucky’s slide in his first game back from a foot injury, leading the No. 19 Wildcats to a 27-17 win over No. 24 Mississippi State. 

The former Penn State quarterback performed decently in the win, completing 17-of-23 passes for 230 yards with one touchdown and an interception.

Justin Shorter, Florida

Wide receiver Justin Shorter snagged three balls for 71 yards, including a 51-yarder that gave Florida an early lead. 

The Gators couldn’t hold on, though, falling to LSU 45-35. Shorter is on pace for his best season in college, with 405 receiving yards to date.

Daniel George, Akron

George followed up a career-best performance with another strong game. The Zips wide receiver hauled in five receptions for 77 yards, but Akron fell to Central Michigan 28-21.

Judge Culpepper, Toledo

Defensive tackle Judge Culpepper was busy on Saturday, recording four solo tackles and six assisted tackles as Toledo took down Kent State in a 52-31 barnburner. 

Trent Gordon, Arkansas

Defensive back Trent Gordon logged three solo tackles and seven assisted tackles in the Razorbacks’ 52-35 win over BYU. 

Mac Hippenhammer, Miami (Ohio)

Hippenhammer had a quiet game on Saturday. The wide receiver caught two passes for 14 yards in Miami’s 17-13 loss to Bowling Green.

Zack Kuntz, Old Dominion

Kuntz couldn’t duplicate his big game from last week, recording a single reception for three yards in Old Dominion’s 38-24 loss to Liberty.

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