PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 02: Penn State Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin looks on against the USC Trojans during the 2017 Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 2, 2017 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)With Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley on his way to the NFL, head coach James Franklin and McSorley’s successor could use some veterans at wide receiver to make the transition easier. Fortunately, one such veteran could become available in a few days.According to 247Sports, Miami (FL) graduate transfer Lawrence Cager is slated to visit the Penn State campus next weekend.Cager has a year of eligibility left after playing the past three seasons for the Hurricanes.The 6-foot-5, 218-pound receiver has been used only sparingly at Miami over the past few years, but has made the most out of the touches he’s received.In 2018, he averaged 17.8 yards per reception on 21 catches with six touchdowns.Since 2016, he has 45 receptions for 681 yards and ten touchdown catches, with a 15.1 yards per reception average.Per the report, Penn State’s opponents for Cager’s signature will be Iowa State, where he is visiting this weekend, along with Kentucky, Ole Miss, Oregon and Virginia.Penn State as I have said is looking for a wide receiver. Lawrence Cager is 6-5 and both sides have mutual interests. This kid at 6-5 could turn into star in Penn States offense, had 6 touchdowns for Hurricanes.— Leader Johnson (@WriterLeader247) January 24, 2019Penn State will have its leading receiver from 2018, K.J. Hamler, back with the team next season. But beyond Hamler, the Nittany Lions have only limited experience or impact players at the receiver position.Cager’s 374 receiving yards last year would have been second on the team.
by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 13, 2016 8:35 am MDT Last Updated Sep 13, 2016 at 9:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Cooling Vancouver home sales cramp average price, but B.C. market still strong VANCOUVER – The British Columbia Real Estate Association says home sales in Vancouver have slowed but the overall housing market across the province is healthy.Association chief economist Cameron Muir says 8,945 residential sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service in August.He says that’s a 1.5 per cent increase compared to August 2015.Muir points to the B.C. government’s newly introduced 15 per cent foreign buyer tax and the 3 per cent property transfer tax on homes over $2-million for slowing the top end of the Vancouver market last month.But strong demand across most other regions of the province offset Vancouver’s drag, Muir says in a news release.Although the total value of sales was down 6.7 per cent compared to last year, and the average B.C. home price skidded 8.1 per cent to $569,393, Muir says those numbers mainly reflect the slower Vancouver market.“The decline in the average home price was due to a change in the composition and location of homes sold in the province,” he says.The real estate association says the dip in the average price statistic reflects fewer supercharged prices from detached Vancouver properties and cooling sales in the city compared to the rest of B.C.