STATE COLLEGE, PA – OCTOBER 22: Trace McSorley #9 of the Penn State Nittany Lions looks on in the first half during the game against the Ohio State Buckeyes on October 22, 2016 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)The Penn State Nittany Lions took the field on Tuesday afternoon for a game against the Kentucky Wildcats. Penn State and Kentucky took to Orlando to play in the Citrus Bowl and bring bragging rights back to their conference.Kentucky took a 10-7 lead into the half after failing to score an offensive touchdown. The Wildcats’ special teams dominated the day, with a punt return for a touchdown and a blocked field goal in the first half.Penn State trails 17-7 after a Benny Snell touchdown run early in the second half, but it just got worse for the Nittany Lions. According to a sideline report from ESPN, star quarterback Trace McSorley attempted to get stretched out before the second half, but appears to have suffered a leg injury.Sean Clifford back in at QB for Penn State. Trace McSorley is on the sideline .— Jon Hale (@JonHale_CJ) January 1, 2019As a result, he missed the last Penn State possession.Penn State head coach James Franklin said McSorley would be good to go for the second half, but he remains on the sideline without his helmet.UPDATE: Penn State announced McSorley suffered a broken foot.From #PennState: McSorley has broken foot and is done for the day.— Richard Scarcella (@nittanyrich) January 1, 2019The senior quarterback is done for the day, unfortunately. UPDATE No. 2: McSorley re-entered the game despite the broken foot.
LATVIAN OFFICIALS HAVE delayed a search for victims of the supermarket roof collapse that killed at least 54 people, citing safety concerns.Interior Minstry official Ilze Petersone-Godmane told reporters: Surveys have been carried out overnight to establish the safety of the building, but we must wait until we have full results before we can resume work.Petersone-Godmane added that controlled demolitions of unstable areas could go ahead in the afternoon.Rescue crews had appeared to be winding down their search late last night when a third section of roof collapsed forcing a halt to work for reasons of safety.Emergency medical services chief Armands Plorins said today the chances of finding anyone alive were “practically speaking, zero.”President Andris Berzins has demanded a swift and thorough investigation of what he said was the “mass murder of defenceless people”.Police said that seven of 13 people who had earlier been reported missing remain unaccounted for.Part of the roof at the two-year old Maxima supermarket crashed down during peak shopping hours on Thursday. A second collapse killed three firefighters who were among rescue teams already inside the building.SpeculationSpeculation about the cause of the disaster has centred on the construction of a rooftop garden and on the possibility that building regulations may have been bent as the structure was only two years old.The small Baltic nation of two million began a three-day mourning period yesterday as it struggled to come to terms with its worst disaster since independence in 1991.Latvians also marked the annual All Souls feast of the dead today by lighting candles at the graves of relatives.Flags across the country were flown with a black sash of mourning and a minute’s silence is planned for Monday.Read: Latvia probes store disaster as hopes dim of finding survivors>Read: Death toll in Latvia supermarket roof collapse doubles>