SHORT REPORT: Suspension Update

Get the late breaking developments with Penn State's suspended players for Saturday's Oregon State clash right here in our latest exclusive update.

Earlier this week defensive tackle Abe Koroma, tight end Andrew Quarless and defensive end Maurice Evans were suspended for Saturday's Oregon State game after police found a "small amount" of marijuana during a search of their on-campus apartment.

However, FOS has learned of some late breaking developments on this front.

We're now hearing from observers that there is a good chance that Quarless will dress for Saturday's Oregon State game. He was with the team on the bus to the team hotel at Toftrees Friday night.

Head coach Joe Paterno and his staff have yet to decide on the fate of Evans and Koroma. Quarless appears to be in the clear as far as the team is concerned, as does cornerback A.J. Wallace, another resident of the apartment who Paterno said was not involved in any wrongdoing.

However, when the coach does come to a final decision on all of the players involved in this incident, there are strong expectations that Penn State's office of judicial affairs will still "assess" the situation and possibly hand down sanctions.

Though Wallace and Quarless are now expected to dress for the Oregon State game, a observer said, "I am not sure I would expect them to break a sweat."

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