Penn State senior offensive tackle admits he had minor knee surgery prior to the Minnesota game. When Brown missed outings with Northwestern and then the Gophers, the PSU company line was he had a knee sprain. Turned out it was more than that. Hear Brown reveal the news in our audio file from ESPN Radio 1450 in State College.
Penn State offensive tackle Levi Brown, the senior anchor of the team's offensive line, missed two games earlier this season with what was described as a knee sprain. As it turns out, the big man actually had surgery to repain a torn meniscus.
Brown stunned reporters when he mentioned the procedure during his Wednesday conference call. Listen to the news unfold in this free audio file, which is courtesy of ESPN Radio 1450 in State College. Brown also talk about how the injury happened and more.