I'm starting off with a bit of non-PSU news today because it looks like our favorite arm punting quarterback will be eligible for the supplemental draft after all. In order to obtain this eligibility, Terrelle Pryor's lawyer needed Ohio State to declare him ineligible to play for the entirety of the 2011 season. Gene Smith took this as an opportunity to disassociate the school with Pryor and banned him from having any contact with Ohio State's athletic programs for five years. This will likely make Pryor eligible for the supplemental draft, but that hasn't been decided yet.
In Penn State related news, the hits just keep on coming for the ice hockey team. Thank You Terry is reporting that goalie Eamon McAdam is coming to Penn State in 2013. I'm especially excited about this because he's apparently from my hometown. And here is a quick look at some of the history of hockey at Penn State.
Additional donations have been collected for the 2011 Lift for Life. These donations have taken the total money raised to $100,930.
I may be including this just because of the photo. The strange saga of Tate Forcier has finally come to an end, now that he's found a new school. Forcier will be transferring to San Jose State where he'll be eligible to play come 2012.