Penn State star tailback Silas Redd has left the university.
Redd decided Tuesday to transfer to USC, where he plans to play out the last two years of his eligibility for the Trojans. Redd told his hometown newspaper in Connecticut that the decision was “tough” and “emotionally draining” for him.
Redd was heavily recruited by USC following stiff sanctions imposed on Penn State by the NCAA in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. He visited USC over the weekend and says he weighed the pros and cons of staying at Penn State – but feels USC is a better fit.
Redd was widely-considered the Nittany Lion’s best offensive player.
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