As they entered the Lasch Football Building in State College, Pa., for practice on Monday afternoon, members of the Penn State football team said they were told not to comment on the recent allegations surrounding the university's athletic department and football program.
However, a source confirmed the team was going to have a players-only team meeting on Monday.
Junior quarterback Matt McGloin also decided to make a statement Monday afternoon via his personal Twitter account.
Here is what McGloin (@MacQB11) said over a string of four tweets.
"I can't comment in what is going on with these allegations and scandal which has spread throughout the university. But I can promise this. We will continue to fight towards our goal, a Big 10 championship. You fans have been great by sticking with us all year, even though we havnt won pretty, we've gotten the job done.. this team does not stop fighting and I do not expect this dilema to alter our level of focus and accountability. Last home game of the year!! Lets do it.. lets welcome Nebraska to the Big 10 Happy Valley Style!!"
— Jake Kaplan