Tim Buckley left Penn State behind in hopes of helping hometown North Carolina State in its secondary.
The redshirt freshman was the first of the Nittany Lions players to transfer after the NCAA imposed heavy sanctions following the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. Buckley went to high school a short walk from the Wolfpack's Carter-Finley Stadium and is now working on...
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August 11, 2012
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The NCAA had considered giving the Nittany Lions a four-year death penalty, but once the school found out they held emergency meetings with the committee to come to a different conclusion.
In the end, the punishments were still...
It doesn’t have the impact of a name like Silas Redd, but make no mistake that Tim Buckley will most likely be the first in many players that will leave the Penn St Nittany Lions over the next few weeks. Buckley decided to return to his home state and play for NC State. The Wolfpack [...]