Transfer Portal Roundup: Week Five
With a slow first half, Penn State football picked up the pace and prevailed over the Northwestern Wildcats 41-13 on the road as it headed into the bye week.
While the Nittany Lions were taking care of business on the road, plenty of Penn State football alums took the field for various different teams across the country. Here’s how some of those players fared in week five of league play.
Ta’Quan Roberson, UConn
In his 4th consecutive start for the Huskies this season, quarterback Ta’Quan Roberson completed 23 of 32 passes and reached his personal best completion rate thus far of 71.9% against Utah State. He also passed for two touchdowns and an interception.
However, even with his personal best, UConn has yet to gain a win under its belt this season, falling to the Aggies in a heartbreaking 34-33 loss from a blocked field goal.
Noah Cain, LSU
After not seeing any playing time last game in LSU’s victory over Arkansas, running back Noah Cain received reps with special teams and completed one return for 33 yards in the Tigers’ 55-49 loss to Ole Miss.
Keyvone Lee, Mississippi State
Running back Keyvone Lee saw the field for the second time this season in the Bulldogs’ 40-17 loss to Alabama. Lee had two carries for a total of seven yards.
Marquis Wilson, Purdue
Compared to his seven solo tackles and one assist last week, Marquis Wilson only recorded two solo tackles and one assist in Purdue’s 44-19 win over Illinois.
Daniel George, Akron
Keeping consistent with previous weeks, wide receiver Daniel George caught four receptions for a total of 21 yards in Akron’s 13-10 overtime loss to Buffalo.
Storm Duck, Louisville
After not seeing the field last week, Storm Duck recorded a solo tackle during Louisville’s 13-10 win over North Carolina State.
Duck and Company led the Cardinals to their fifth straight win on the season to remain undefeated.
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