Found May 21, 2012 on
The Sports Jags:
So the Black Shoe Diaries kids seem to have a pretty strong grip on the Penn State scene and they were the first ones that we saw to mention anything about Rob Bolden and Curtis Drake over the weekend. Bolden supposedly wants to transfer…again, and Drake is academically ineligible.
But now that these rumors have been out there for a couple of days, there’s not a whole lot to combat said rumors. But one thing’s for sure: neither Bolden nor Drake were with the team. This is great news and terrible news all at the same time.
Bolden needs to just go. It’s what’s best for the team and more importantly, it’s what’s best for him. He’s been nothing but a wasted since he got concussed his freshman year. It sounded like the right move at the time but JoePa should have never denied Bolden’s request to transfer before last season.
Bolden looked like the real deal when he was JoePa’s first starting freshman quarterback but ever since him and Matt McGloin started splitting time, the kid has jus
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