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Report: Running Back Noah Cain To Transfer From Penn State

Photo from Noah Cain's Twitter

The transfer portal continues to fill up with names, with the latest being a player from Penn State.

On3Sports Matt Zenitz is reporting that Nittany Lions running back Noah Cain has made the decision to transfer from the Penn State program. The junior from Baton Rouge, Louisianna finished this season with 106 carries for 350 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also caught 19 passes for 114 yards.

After starting the season getting 47 carries in the first three games, Cain’s workload decreased and he got just 69 carries for the remaining 9 games.

In three seasons at Penn State, Cain rushed the ball 190 times for 806 yards and 12 touchdowns. His best season came as a freshman when he rushed for 443 yards, averaged 5.3 yards/carry and scored 8 touchdowns, which is a Penn State freshman record.

This past season, the former 4-star recruit received the second most carries in the Nittany Lions backfield splitting time with John Lovett (52 carries), Keyvone Lee (109 carries) and Devyn Ford (14 carries).

After choosing his next school, Cain will still have two seasons of athletic eligibility remaining.

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