The Usual Suspects Onward State broke down the best defenses the Nittany Lions will face in 2019, and it’s a familiar list of the stingiest units in the Big Ten, and oftentimes the nation. Let’s hope the offense works out any kinks for a difficult second half of the regular season.
New Sheriff in Town Mike Poorman takes a look at the two new faces competing to become QB1 for the Nittany Lions, while also examining some other notable quarterback competitions in Happy Valley (anyone up to rehash McGloin vs. Bolden?). While we’re on the topic of position battles, could Micah Parsons really become a return man this fall?
A Name by Any Other Sandy Barbour has stated that she would seriously consider selling the naming rights to Beaver Stadium to help bring funds to the athletic program. While it can be a mostly painless way to bring in a hefty sum, something tells me a contingent of the Nittany Lion faithful wouldn’t be happy with such a change.
What the What?? 200 BSD bucks to whoever can figure out what Florida State’s social media team was trying to say with this post. I’ll admit that every year I worry I’ll somehow miscount and screw up the “Days Until” countdown, but this is just...I don’t even know what to say about this.
Full Time Wild Dog With many new faces preparing for an expanded role this fall, Antonio Shelton is primed to make the most of his opportunity as a full-time starter at defensive tackle. On the other side of the ball, James Franklin thinks Journey Brown could be the breakout star on offense.
NFL Nittany Lions Chris Godwin is looking to take the next step towards stardom in 2019...Saeed Blacknall will be battling for a roster spot in Miami....Kyle Carter is looking to do the same in Buffalo...Jonathan Thomas is hoping to impress Bill O’Brien and become a Texan as a rookie...Ryan Bates and DeAndre Thompkins are also busy trying to make the leap from undrafted rookie free agent to become a member of the Eagles 53-man roster by the start of the NFL season...Miles Sanders is making a statement right off the bat, despite a crowded backfield...Saquon Barkley came in at #16 in the NFL Network’s top 100 countdown...and to absolutely no one’s surprise who has followed Penn State football in the past three years, Trace McSorley is already impressing and exceeding expectations in Baltimore.