Penn State Run Game? Trouble brewing . . .

Submitted by ImSoBlue on September 14th, 2009 at 9:15 PM

This blurb from the cfn site's not hot list:

"Let’s just say that the Nits are fortunate the schedule began with visits from Akron and Syracuse. Breaking down the film on those two victories reveals a front wall that’s having trouble getting off and maintaining its blocks. It’s not Evan Royster’s fault that the offense is averaging just 3.3 yards a carry and is 94th nationally on the ground. Penn State better find answers in the trenches because the Big Ten schedule begins in two weeks. "

http://cfn.scout.com/2/898560.html

I think PSU is going to have a rough time of it once they finish off those yummy cupcakes on the schedule.

Comments

Sven_Da_M

September 14th, 2009 at 9:26 PM ^

... no problemo! JoPa will just retreat to the press box, and sit on his rubber donut:

"You're really a cheerleader most of the time down on the sideline. ... I enjoyed being upstairs, I really did. I sat down, had a nice time, had a cup of coffee. I felt like a newspaper guy. I was even able to watch television."

jblaze

September 14th, 2009 at 9:34 PM ^

about PSU. They have played Akron and Syracuse. This week, it is Temple. Wow, talk about gaming the system, JoePa has it down.

They better pray that B10 teams win, or they will have a weak SOS.

Hannibal.

September 14th, 2009 at 10:07 PM ^

Penn State can't run the ball this year and once they meet some teams with good athletes who can cover their posession receivers, I don't expect them to be passing a whole lot either. Clark and Royster don't have a great supporting cast. I like how our defense matches up with their offense. They also lost two defensive ends to the NFL and all four of their starters in the secondary. They are going to get exposed big time by one or two teams. I hope that one of those teams is us.