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November 20, 2019
Penn State star quarterback Sean Clifford said Tuesday that he shut down his social media presence after receiving death threats and bullying comments following the Nittany Lions’ first loss of the season to the Minnesota on Nov. 9. Clifford hasn’t posted on Instagram since Nov. 2, and didn’t post anything on Twitter between Nov. 6-15. (READ MORE) by Scott Gleeson | USA TODAY
Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford told reporters on Tuesday that he deleted his social media accounts after he received death threats.
Clifford said he usually takes a break from social media around the time of games, but after Penn State’s recent 31-26 loss to Minnesota, he decided to make a more permanent change. (READ MORE) by Jenna West | Sports Illustrated
Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford told reporters Tuesday that he deleted his social media accounts after receiving death threats and vulgar messages regarding the Nittany Lions’ first loss of the season at Minnesota on Nov. 9.
“I usually delete it closer to games, but I completely deleted it after the Minnesota game,” Clifford told reporters. “It’s kind of sad to say, but you know how fans sometimes get. … It gets a little crazy. I was kind of, I guess, sick and tired of getting death threats and some pretty explicit and pretty tough-to-read messages.” (READ MORE) by Tom VanHaaren | ESPN