Add another loss to the Penn State football team, the fourth key player to up and leave since the NCAA's decision to hammer Penn State with sanctions since the Jerry Sandusky trial finished up.

This time it is wide receiver Shawney Kersey who has left Happy Valley. Kersey was the Nittany Lions' most seasoned player at the WR position. Through the first two games of the season with the offense challenged Nittany Lions Kersey had 6 catches for 44 yards, both PSU losses.

Kersey hasn't announced if and where he is transferring to at this point. Trevor Williams will now replace Kersey in the starting lineup. Head coach Bill O'Brien had no comment on the departure of Kersey at this time.

Penn State has struggled to score so far this year in losing close games, one at home vs Ohio and then on the road last week at Virginia. Penn State hopes to pick up their first win of the year this Saturday when they take on Navy in Happy Valley.