STATE COLLEGE, PA – SEPTEMBER 16: James Franklin and the Penn State Nittany Lions prepare to take the field against the Georgia State Panthers at Beaver Stadium on September 16, 2017 in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)Penn State freshman defensive back Isaiah Humphries is leaving the program, he announced earlier today.Humphries, a three-star signee in the 2018 class and the son of former Penn State defensive back Leonard Humphries, did not appear in a game for the Nittany Lions this season. He announced his transfer on Twitter.“After many months of prayer and thought, I will be leaving Penn State,” Humphries wrote. “I’m so thankful for the coaches and the staff for allowing me to come here all the way from Texas.“I appreciate everything that has been given to me and the relationships that I have made along the way. Good luck to the Nittany Lions on their bowl game.”Thank you pic.twitter.com/2B9wDdukoH— Isaiah Humphries (@TheHumphries23) November 28, 2018Humphries was the No. 34 safety in the 2018 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.The Nittany Lions finished the 2018 regular season with a 9-3 record. Most likely, they are headed to Outback or Citrus Bowl, but a New Year’s Six game isn’t out of the question.For more on PSU’s bowl outlook, click here.
(Courtesy Google Maps) (Courtesy Google Maps)A Canadian woman was one of ten people killed when a gunman ambushed Jordanian police in a series of attacks on Sunday.Canada’s global affairs spokesman, John Babcock, told The Associated Press the woman killed was Linda Vatcher, 62. Babcock said her son Chris was also injured.Two local civilians and seven police officers were also killed and at least 34 people were injured in one of the bloodiest attacks in Jordan in recent years.After the attacks, the Canadian embassy in Amman tweeted a warning to Canadians, saying “we advise against all travel to #Karak city until further notice due to security incident, be safe!”Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion expressed his condolences to the families of those killed and called the attacks “heinous.”1/2 Our thoughts+deepest sympathies w/ family+friends of Canadian victim + to all those affected by heinous attack in #Jordan today.— Stéphane Dion (@MinCanadaFA) December 18, 2016 2/2 Our embassy in #Amman providing consular assistance to Canadians affected during difficult time + is in contact w/ local authorities.— Stéphane Dion (@MinCanadaFA) December 18, 2016