Found July 30, 2012 on
The Capital Sports Report:
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Rob Bolden is no longer apart of the Penn State football program.
Rob Bolden (Getty Images)
Bolden, a junior quarterback, has officially been released from his scholarship. Bolden is expected to transfer now, which is expected to be imminent.
He spent this weekend on the Louisiana State University campus after Penn State players are free to talk to other teams after the recent NCAA sanctions. Bolden is expected to be a back up with the Tigers, as well.
He would arrive at LSU just in time for preseason practice, which is just a week away from starting. He would compete with the other backups to become the No. 2 string quarterback behind Zach Mettenberger.
Bolden could be used in more positions than quarterback, as he is very versatile. As a quarterback, he has 14 interceptions compared to 8 touchdowns.
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