Penn State will be without one of its special teams members Saturday at Indiana.
Punter Chris Gulla did not make the trip to Bloomington, Ind., with the Nittany Lions. Joe Juliano of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported it was because of a violation of team rules.
Chris Gulla, a backup punter who holds for K Tyler Davis, didn't make the trip, violation of team rules, per PSU spokeswoman.
— Joe Juliano (@JoeJulesinq) November 12, 2016
Gulla is a back-up punter and does the holding on kicks for the No. 10 Nittany Lions. The junior started four games during the 2015 season but has not attempted a punt this season. Freshman Blake Gillikin won the starting job and Australian-born punter Daniel Pasquariello has served as his back up.
Offensive lineman Brendan Mahon was also not listed on the team’s travel roster. Mahon was reportedly admitted to a hospital earlier this week.
OT Brendan Mahon is not on the official Penn State travel roster that was distributed, he didn't make the trip to Bloomington.
— Collegian Football (@psufootblog) November 12, 2016