Transfer Portal Roundup: Week Six
Although the Nittany Lions had their bye and didn’t take the field this week, there were a few former Penn Staters that suited up for their new squads after leaving Happy Valley for the transfer portal.
Let’s take a look at how some of those once-Nittany Lions are fitting into their new homes at the halfway point of the college football season.
Ta’Quan Roberson, UConn
Ta’Quan Roberson led the Huskies to their first win of the season against Rice on Saturday. He completed 15 of 19 attempts for 215 yards, tossed two touchdowns, and boasted a season-high 78.9% completion percentage in UConn’s 38-31 victory.
Keyvone Lee, Mississippi State
Keyvone Lee once again got in on some action for Mississippi State, running for 49 yards on five carries in the Bulldogs’ 41-28 win over Western Michigan. Twenty of Lee’s 49 yards came after contact, and his longest run of the day went for 33 yards.
Storm Duck, Louisville
Storm Duck had another quiet day, recording just one solo tackle in Louisville’s electric 33-20 upset over Notre Dame. Louisville’s impressive undefeated season continues with a 6-0 record.
Daniel George, Akron
Daniel George mirrored his previous week’s yardage total and reeled in three catches for 21 yards in Akron’s 55-14 loss to Northern Illinois. The touchdown drought continues for George, who has yet to register one so far this season.
Devyn Ford, Notre Dame
After transferring to Notre Dame in May, Devyn Ford has struggled to find a role in the Fighting Irish backfield. Ford has four total carries on the year for 14 yards and was unable to get on the field in Notre Dame’s shocking loss to Louisville this weekend.
Marquis Wilson, Purdue
Although Marquis Wilson has been fitting in well with the Boilermaker defense this season, he didn’t record any stats in Purdue’s 20-14 loss to Iowa.
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