Penn State’s offense will look different in 2018. Ricky Rahne will be the new offensive coordinator following Joe Moorhead’s departure to become head coach at Mississippi State. The program’s all-time leading receiver will be heading to the NFL following four years as a starter, as will explosive tight end Mike Gesicki, who developed into a human highlight-reel. It seems almost a certainty that Saquon Barkley will forgo his final season of eligibility and become one of the top draft picks in April.
With all of this in mind, what are your expectations for the Penn State offense in 2018?
Let’s make this a broad conversation. Can Penn State’s offense improve with more experience and overall talent on the offensive line? Will the line actually become a strength next season? What new elements will you hope to see from he offense under new leadership? Which players will have a breakout season and play a much larger role in the offense? Will they become an air raid offense in McSorley’s senior season? What are some of your biggest concerns for the offense heading into next season?
Let’s hear your thoughts, intrepid reader of BSD.