PSU is still a bargain compared to similar programs like OSU, Michigan, ND, etc.
Speaking in terms of season tickets, they had not increased in close to a decade (I think) until they went from $55 to $60 for the bleacher seats a couple of years ago.
In before Daniel Geroge
By our count, we're at 82 scholarships for the upcoming season.
Fifth year senior. Played in 2015 and 2016, injury in 2017, and back last year in 2018.
That is the belief, yes.
I was more stressed watching this than I was watching Columbus in playoff hockey OT on Saturday vs. Boston.
We'll have something up early this week.
Carmody is back on campus this weekend as well for a couple days. Big to get him back so close to his last OSU visit.
I'm sure McCord saw what Ryan Day did with Haskins last year and is intrigued. I still think PSU has a shot there, especially if they look good on offense this year. 2021 is a long way away.
Carmody is a big unknown. He's visited PSU a ton, but OSU certainly has made a move. I'd expect Penn State to get him back on campus sometime this spring, however.
I honestly don’t think there’s more to it than Tommy didn’t transfer last year because he was gonna be the guy this year. The foot injury has opened the door for Clifford and he has closed the gap enough to at least leave the job open into the fall. Tommy has one year left to be the guy, and he can’t wait until August to find out if he’d have that at PSU.
Not gonna get into the Trace stuff again, but if you think Sean Clifford is strictly a pro-style QB, you have not watched much of Sean Clifford.
I think the safer bet is that Franklin was up front with Stevens that he's not the starter going into the fall, and there would be an open competition with Clifford.
I wouldn't read too much into the ebbs and flows with any of the elite guys. Yes, he's been to Clemson recently (and Ohio State), but he's at PSU frequently, as well. Elite players are going to take lots of visits, and you probably won't have a great feel for where they end up until the very end.
With all of that said, I do think he ultimately ends up at Penn State.
Haha, sorry man. Went right over my head.
He's a perfect guy to take a shot on. They have the scholarships, and a clear need at his position. Low-risk, high-reward type of move.