Frank Bodani: Tight end injuries more...

Frank Bodani: Tight end injuries more worrisome than Penn State's quarterback surplus

There are 6 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Apr 10, 2011, titled Frank Bodani: Tight end injuries more worrisome than Penn State's quarterback surplus. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

York Daily Record/Sunday News reporter Frank Bodani is talking Penn State and college football with readers.

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Matt Dillon

New Freedom, PA

#2 Apr 11, 2011
woo
Paterno SUCKS

York, PA

#3 Apr 11, 2011
As usual, more Frank Bodani drivel that means absolutely NOTHING, since Penn State has about as much chance of winning a Nat'l. Title as Japan does of getting rid of their nuclear reactor meltdown......NONE!

On a side note--It'll take just about as long as the reactor cleanup (50 to 100 years) for PSU to win that Nat'l. Title as well, unless ChokePa croaks or smartens up & steps down so the program can move forward and be modernized.
George

Washington, DC

#4 Apr 11, 2011
Paterno SUCKS wrote:
As usual, more Frank Bodani drivel that means absolutely NOTHING, since Penn State has about as much chance of winning a Nat'l. Title as Japan does of getting rid of their nuclear reactor meltdown......NONE!
On a side note--It'll take just about as long as the reactor cleanup (50 to 100 years) for PSU to win that Nat'l. Title as well, unless ChokePa croaks or smartens up & steps down so the program can move forward and be modernized.
And what team will win the national title? maybe your team? But no one knows who that is!
dougalmac

Moscow Mills, MO

#5 Apr 11, 2011
So tell us, Frank, what exactly is Szczerba's current condition? Is his back still questionable, or is he on the mend? What exactly is Szczerba's back problem/diagnosis? Some back problems can be treated with IDD therapy or Spinal decompression, which has been known to cure people with chronic sciatica, or herniated discs. When Szczerba has been able to play, he has been a little tentative, owing to the fact that he's never been 100% healthy. So it begs the question, will the PSU medical staff reveal what Szczerba's real status is? Because if he can't go, Haplea is now a sophomore and got really good playing experience in 2010. The injuries that plagued PSU last year have been creeping in of late, and it's beginning to become a concern again. The question is who, and how soon, will step up to fill the team's needs at tight end.
mee

Waynesboro, PA

#6 Apr 13, 2011
Why would "many" be happy if Bolden is the QB? I would be just as "Happy" if he leaves. He obviously is not there to benefit the TEAM. He is there for him and his father. Let him go and use the other 3 guys. Find someone who WANTS to be there!
dufus

York, PA

#7 Apr 15, 2011
It's easy to criticize, all these authorities
need to put their money where their mouth is.
Fat chance.

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