Rumors Swirling: Silas Redd Could Transfer to USC
- Updated: July 24, 2012
[ESPN] USC has notified Penn State of its interest in running back Silas Redd, a source told ESPN’s Joe Schad on Monday.
The NCAA hit Penn State with a $60 million sanction, a four-year football postseason ban and forced the program to vacate all wins dating to 1998. Penn State players are free to transfer without having to sit out. Redd is being told by coaches at various programs that he can play right away. Interested schools, however, must notify Penn State first per NCAA rules.
Redd has met with Penn State coach Bill O’Brien, who sources say has stressed to players that they can still play games and still appear on television.
Come on Silas. How much they paying you bra? Jokes, jokes (kinda).
You want to be mad at him, but you can’t. At least I can’t. It’s hard to blame him. He wants to play meaningful football games. It’s probably his last year of college football. It would be a devastating blow of Penn State lost Silas.
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