When the news broke last week that former Penn State player Isaiah Humphries was suing Penn State, Nittany Nation closed ranks and waited for a feeding frenzy that didn’t happen.
Is it possible we’re all becoming more circumspect, more willing to let dust and emotions settle and facts pile up before sprinting to judgment?
There’s a lot to think about here, but sometimes the hottest take is no take.
The lawsuit names one Penn State player, Damion Barber, as a defendant. It alleges that players Micah Parsons, Jesse Luketa, and Yetur Gross-Matos were involved in violent hazing of Humphries that Franklin didn’t try to stop.
Humphries left Penn State as the 2018 season, which ended with a loss to Kentucky in the Citrus Bowl and 9-4 record, was winding down.
A few weeks after the bowl game, football players were involved in a fight in the wee hours of a January morning on the front lawn of the Delta Chi fraternity house on the Penn State campus.
Four people were hospitalized. Two players, starting cornerback Tariq Castro-Fields and walk-on Henry Fessler, were cited for disorderly conduct.
Working from a cell-phone video of the incident, State…
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