Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., Dec. 10 (new day)

For just this week, we’ll be chatting Penn State football on a Tuesday night. The upside? We have an extra day for more Penn State off-season news to happen so we can talk about it.

Are there good enough reasons for Allen Robinson to return for his senior season?

Are there good enough reasons for Allen Robinson to return for his senior season?

So make sure to stop by from 8 to 9 p.m. to give me your input on the recent coaching departures and the expected transfer of backup quarterback Tyler Ferguson.

We also will talk about recruiting and the upcoming bowl game season, and we’ll look ahead to Bill O’Brien’s Nittany Lions in 2014.

Give me your best reasons why Allen Robinson should return to Penn State for his senior season …

All this and more.

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3 Responses to Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., Dec. 10 (new day)

  1. Bill Geesey says:

    Hey frank he should return not only cause it would better his draft after his senior year. Also he would be a very big part for the teaching of these young wide outs now and ones coming in.

    • Frank Bodani says:

      Bill, I understand the thought behind Allen Robinson returning. But I do believe this must come down to his NFL future, first. He’s only got one shot at this and we’re talking a career, life-changing decision. If he is assured first round through mid-second round, I bet he’s gone. Could he really guarantee himself first-round status after a senior season as a receiver? That’s risky.

  2. Bill Geesey says:

    Now lets put and end to the rumors about coach leaving? He would not do that to the kids here and ones coming. Recruiting means to much for him to do that.

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