Penn State injuries have trickle-down effect

A rash of in-game injuries during Penn State's season-opening loss to Temple caused some snap personnel decisions to be made.  As a result, freshmen Jake Cooper and Manny Bowen will not be redshirting this year.  The Center Dailey Times reports Cooper was needed when Nyeem Wartman-White and his backup, Gary Wooten, were both injured against the Owels. While Wooten eventually returned...
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September 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Wooten set to replace injured PSU MLB against Buffalo

After one game of the 2015 regular season, Penn State is already dealing with the loss of a returning starter from last year.  Nyeem Wartman-White is out for the season because of a knee injury, and fellow linebacker Jason Cabinda told the team's official website it will take a group effort to replace him.  “It’s not just going to be one guy," Cabinda said. "It’s going to...
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