FOS-TV: Linebacker Sean Lee

Penn State's senior team leader says an ultimatum has been laid down within the team and that off-field issues will not be tolerated. Check it out in this edition of FOS-TV.

Whether it is right or wrong is open for debate. But for the Penn State football program, 2007 will be remembered as much for what happened off the field as on.

There were several different incidents that led to players being arrested and/or suspended from the program. Some of those issues are still winding their way through the legal system.

But 2008 is a new year, and the Nittany Lions have a new group of seniors setting a tone for the program. And according to one of them — veteran linebacker Sean Lee — off-field distractions will no longer be tolerated.

Lee addressed that subject, the rapidly approaching start of spring practice and a potential move from outside linebacker to inside linebacker in a recent exclusive video interview with FOS.

We caught up with him following the team's THON-related tours of Lasch Building last weekend.


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