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Penn State running back Journey Brown might miss out on the 2020 season due to the fact that of a medical condition found throughout the offseason, the group confirmed Monday night.Brown began 10 games for Penn State last season, rushing for a team-high 890 yards and 12 goals on 129 brings. He ranked third in the Big Ten in hurrying touchdowns and 5th in hurrying yards.In a declaration, Penn State said Brown,
a redshirt junior from Meadville, Pennsylvania, is getting treatment for the concealed condition. Brown informed press reporters Oct. 1 that he had actually thought about skipping the 2020 football season however wanted to play one final year prior to carrying on to the NFL.” Journey Brown is being dealt with for a medical condition discovered during the offseason and will potentially miss out on the 2020 football season,”the school stated in a statement.The 5-foot-11, 217-pound Brown set a Penn State bowl record with 202 rush lawns in the team’s Cotton Bowl win versus Memphis. He likewise set a group bowl record with 12.6 yards per bring in the game.Eighth-ranked Penn State, which opens the season Saturday at Indiana, likely will turn to sophomores Noah Cain and Devyn Ford in Brown
‘s absence. Cain and Ford integrated for 737 lawns and 11 goals in 2019. The Lions likewise signed ESPN 300 recruit Caziah Holmes in the 2020 class.