The pruning and downsizing of rosters all across the country continues this weekend as Penn State has seen a total of four players leave James Franklin‘s football program. The two most notable departures are offensive lineman Anthony Alosi and wide receiver Richy Anderson. Alosi was arrested in April following an ugly incident three months earlier that included the lineman (allegedly) kicking a man in the head. Less than a week after the arrest and charges surfaced, Alosi was indefinitely suspended by Franklin. Alosi, a three-star member of the Nittany Lions’ 2011 recruiting class, played in seven games last season. His departure from Happy Valley was involuntary; Anderson’s, on the other hand, was of his own volition as he’s seeking a transfer to another program.
Arrested lineman one of four players leaving Penn State
College Football Talk | Jun 15