Transfer Portal Roundup: Week 10
It was another slow week for many Nittany Lions departees.
While Penn State bounced back with a 51-15 blowout win over Maryland, many of the once-Penn Staters struggled to get into the rotations for their new squads.
While some fared better than others, here’s a look at how some of the former Penn Staters performed during this past week’s action.
Ta’Quan Roberson, UConn
It was another rough outing for Ta’Quan Roberson, who had his hands full on the road against the No. 17 Tennessee Volunteers.
Roberson passed for 218 yards, throwing no touchdowns and two interceptions in the blowout 59-3 loss in Knoxville.
Christian Veilleux, Pittsburgh
Coming off one of the worst starts in his career, Christian Veilleux struggled once again in a matchup at home versus the undefeated No. 4 Florida State Seminoles.
Veilleux tossed the first touchdown of the game midway through the second quarter which gave the Panthers a 7-0 lead. However, Florida State scored 24 consecutive points to win 24-7.
Overall, Veilleux registered 244 yards and 15 completions on 35 attempts. He also recorded one interception and a long of 82.
Daniel George, Akron
It was a career day for the wide receiver out of Fort Washington, Maryland, as Daniel George’s big offensive day helped lead the Zips to their first conference win of the season. past Kent State for their first conference win of the season.
George hauled in a team-high 104 yards on nine receptions and grabbed his first touchdown of 2023 to help Akron win 31-27 over Kent State.
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