Joey Julius no longer with Penn State program

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 25, 2017

Former Penn State kicker Joey Julius is no longer with the program, Bob Flounders of reported, and the team confirmed Monday, according to 247Sports.

No reason was given for Julius' departure.

Julius, who would have been a redshirt junior, was used strictly for kickoffs last season. The Lower Dauphin grad, who opened up about the disorder in 2016, was initially admitted to a center in St. Louis from May 9 to July 26 of previous year. He made a similar announcement in May and did not take part in Penn State's spring game.

Tyler Davis will likely handle kickoffs this season, in addition to his duties kicking field goals and extra points, which was his main role in 2016. We want them to be a member of the Big Ten and return to health.?"It hasn't been an easy road".

Here's video of his two biggest tackles last season. There's been litigation and we work closely with Sen. "It was very hard for them to get three FBS opponents on their schedules if they were looking for seven home games."So we have modified it".

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Delany then went on to congratulate PSU for being able to move past the sanctions quicker than anyone could have imagined, culminating with last year's Big Ten championship. One came against Kent State and one came against MI.

"After, I think, I got the treatment, that's when I was like, 'You know what?" But their football team is now healthy after having come through sanctions over the last five years.

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer also addressed Penn State's rapid rise to prominence following the sanctions.

Not surprisingly, Penn State tailback Saquon Barkley and quarterback Trace McSorley both cracked the list for the East Division along with IN linebacker Tegray Scales, Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett and Ohio State defensive end Tyquan Lewis.

The Penn State contingent will meet the press today in Chicago, with coach James Franklin joined by tight end Mike Gesicki, linebacker Jason Cabinda and safety Marcus Allen.

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