Watch Penn State football games online at its starting quarterback Matt McGloin fulfills his promise for defending his Nittany Lions by remaining at the school despite the recent controversy and the passing of Coach Joe Paterno.
McGloin told the Penn State faithful that he believes tough times always lasts for a long. He said that tough people do. He said that his love for the University, the academic programs as well as his teammates and incredible fans compel him to make a pledge to do as much as possible to represent Penn State in a positive light. He said that the core values he has learned through the program are important concepts to take forward in life.
McGloin further stated that he fully believes and trusts in the fact that coach Bill O’Brien and the entire staff will lead the Nittany Lions finished troubled times. He said that the fans also believe in them and this is great motivation to excel.
The 6’1″ junior quarterback threw for 54.1 percent completion in 2011, hitting eight touchdowns on five interceptions for 1,571 yards.
Other good news comes with a report that two of Penn State’s most prized recruitment for the upcoming season, tight end Adam Brenneman and quarterback Christian Hackenberg have both agreed to remain committed to the Nittany Lion program even in the event that the NCAA were to issue more sanctions upon Penn State including a ban on television broadcasts and bowl game participations in postseason. Hackenberg said that the only thing that would prevent him from coming to Penn State would be the total dissolution of the football program. This is not going to happen. Despite the controversy, Penn State is a nationally well known higher learning institution and its sports Legacy will still attract major high school prospects not only in the near, but also in the distant future.