November 14, 2010

Joe Paterno collected his 400th victory as coach at Penn State at the weekend, but there were few who thought he would achieve the goal with a walk-on Quarterback. Former walk-on Matt McGloin has shone since taking over for the injured Robert Bolden against Michigan. Looking like a veteran, McGloin has stabilised the program after the departure of long-tenured Daryll Clark. McGloin was expected to be the #3 option for the Nittany Lions entering the season, with Bolden and Kevin Newsome sitting ahead on the depth chart, but injury, fate and timing all played out. However it worked out, PSU is winning again and the McGloin show continues.


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