Penn State Football: Alosi Suspended Indefinitely Franklin Says
Offensive tackle Anthony Alosi has been suspended indefinitely from the Penn State football program according to head coach James Franklin.
Alosi, a redshirt junior, has recently been charged with simple assault and harassment following a Jan. 31 incident in State College, according to court documents. According to police, Alosi initiated a confrontation was a man without cause which resulted in the victim seeking medical attention for multiple abrasions, cuts, and an injured eye.
Alosi has not been practicing with the team or visible with the team during practice sessions open to the public. He was also not listed on the roster for Penn State's annual Blue White game this Saturday.
Franklin confirmed the suspension following the game simply stating that Alosi had been suspended indefinitely.