Penn State reported eight positive coronavirus tests among student-athletes.
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- Penn State reports 8 positive among athletes
- Big Ten going to conference-only slate this fall
- Penn St. AD: Spring football season is 'last resort'
- Franklin's family staying in Florida due to virus
Big Ten athletic directors and presidents have decided on moving to a conference-only model for all fall sports, including football.
Penn State AD Sandy Barbour said that talks of potentially playing college football in the spring began as early as March but that the idea is largely seen as a "last resort" because of the effect it would have on the 2021 season.
Penn State head coach James Franklin joins Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack to discuss his decision to leave his family in Florida during the college football season, being transparent with players and parents, supporting athletes who take their issues public, Micah Parsons and his on the field outlook for the 2020 season (14:52). Plus, Kevin and David catch-up and talk about the high number of COVID-19 positives among college football teams returning to campus (00:00).
Penn State coach James Franklin is on campus with his team, but his wife and two daughters are staying at their home in Florida because his youngest daughter has sickle cell disease, which puts her at risk for complications from the coronavirus.
Michael Johnson Jr., one of two ESPN 300 quarterbacks in Penn State's 2019 class, has entered his name in the transfer portal.
Christian Hackenberg, a second-round draft pick of the New York Jets who never played a game in the NFL, told NBC Philadelphia that he hopes to revive his career as a pitcher. He pitched mainly in relief at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia.
With recruiting in a dead period due to the coronavirus pandemic, Penn State has created virtual combines through which football prospects can send their measurements and video of themselves performing drills to the coaching staff.
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Will Levis' 5-mile backward run -- which he completed in 57:51 on Saturday -- raised more than $3,800 for COVID-19 relief.