Looks like Penn State Nittany Lions junior Noah Cain brought his last soccer ball as a member of the show.
ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg and others reported Wednesday that Cain entered the NCAA transfer portal and intends to leave Penn State. It’s an unfortunate conclusion to a partnership that looked promising back in 2019 as Cain dashed for 443 yards and an impressive eight touchdowns on 84 carries as a freshman in 2019. However, it proved to be his best season yet in college.
Cain downward He picked up a season-ending injury after just three carry-ons in his 2020 campaign opener against the Indiana Hoosiers, and he failed to find stability throughout the fall. Each ESPN Statistically, he finished his second 2021 season on the Nittany Lions with 350 yards of charge and 106 tries but led the team with four points on the ground.
As Daniel Gallan Noting to Penn Live, head coach James Franklin said Cain was knocked out during part of the campaign. Meanwhile, Keyvone Lee became Penn State’s top racer with a total of 530 yards and an average of 4.9 yards per attempt.
Based on Patrick Connie of LSU Wire/USA Today, Cain is a Baton Rouge native who was affiliated with the LSU Tigers for the class of 2019 and will likely complete a trip home. Meanwhile, Mark Wogenrich of All Penn State recently reminded fans that Franklin and company will need better from the team’s offensive line if its pounding offensive is ready by official time in September.