Hull "Full Go" for PSU

Nittany Lions linebacker a valuable addition
STATE COLLEGE, CENTRE COUNTY - Penn State will be facing a fast-paced Indiana attack right out of the gate for Big Ten play.
But the Nittany Lions get a key defensive player back, Bill O’Brien saying that Mike Hull is a “full go” for the conference opener.

Hull hurt his leg during Penn State's season opener against Syracuse, ending the game on the sidelines
He did see limited action against UCF but appeared out of sorts, making just three solo tackles.
O’Brien says a full-strength Hull is a valuable piece heading into Big Ten play.

“He has an impact on the defense,” O’Brien says of Hull. “He's a good player. He's a tough kid - a Pittsburgh kid - he just brings a toughness to our football team. It looked to me that yesterday he was moving around better, he feels better. But he's just a tough guy and Penn State linebacker. “

Saturday marks the first true road game of the year for the Nittany Lions.
Kickoff is se for noon at memorial stadium in Bloomington, Indiana.
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