Penn State's Moye out of spring drills with concussion


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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The injury bug continues to plague Penn State this spring.

A source said today that wide receiver Derek Moye suffered a concussion in practice this week.

He is expected to miss the rest of spring drills, which conclude April 16 with the Blue-White spring game.

A fifth-year senior from Rochester High School, Moye is entering his third season as a starter for the Nittany Lions this fall.

He is Penn State's best receiver and go-to guy. He was an honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference pick a year ago after leading Penn State in catches (53), yards (885) and touchdowns (eight).

Approximately 18 players are limited or sitting out spring practice with injuries.


Ron Musselman: rmusselman@post-gazette.com .


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