Penn State Season 3

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    the Nittany Lions are looking to finally capitalize off of seniority and leadership after the severe growing pains of the past two seasons. Acquiring a roster devastated by sanctions and player transfers, the Coach has been able to navigate disaster and trudge through a grueling Big Ten schedule. After compiling a total record of 18-8, Penn Sate has been marred by bad turnovers and giving up big plays. A reason for the poor play could be from the youth at key positions like the offensive line and secondary, but now those same players are well seasoned and primed to set new standards.

    season 3 ranking : #16 A- OVR B+ OFF A- DEF
    Total record 18 -8
    User record: 1-7
    avg recruiting rank: 5
     
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    Scholarships
    68 players
    14 seniors

    Scholarships available for this years recruiting class
    18 (14+2+2)

    Freshman "Green lights"
    C Quincy White 76 OVR
    RG Eric Lester 75 OVR
    MLB Marcel Smith 77 OVR
    FS Gordy Lumbridge 82 OVR
    LOLB Quentin Harris 75 OVR
    WR Romeo Conley 77 OVR
    TE Julian Smith 78 OVR

    Freshman Red lights
    WR Jordan Sellers 75 OVR
    C Mike Harrison 69 OVR
    RT Charles Hogan 78 OVR
    LE Rod Pennington 77 OVR
    DT Amir Ali 68 OVR
    CB Frederick Robbins 76 OVR
     
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    Week one:

    Penn State - 27
    Colorado - 24

    the Nittany Lions were able to escape Boulder with a win after being projected to handle the Buffalo with ease. Sophomore John Beck was asked to throw the ball around frequently throughout the game, and wasn't able to impress while throwing under 50% on 18 of 37 attempts. Add two interceptions into the mix, and it is easy to see why Penn State wasn't able to pull away until the very last drive. With only 25 seconds on the clock, Juwan Johnson caught a pin point toss in the back of the end zone, redeeming the offense on what had been an anemic four quarter performance. Senior kicker "Big Toe" Joe Julius hit two huge field goals, one from 51 and the other from 52. It proved to be the difference in the three point, ugly victory.


    game notes:
    ==SOs Saquan Barkley and Reggie McGowan combined for 149 yards on 32 carries and one touchdown a piece.
    ==JR LB/S Koa Farmer led the team with 10 tackles
    ==JR DB John Reid turned in a solid performance with 2 TFLs, 1 INT, and 2 PDs.
    ==SO RET Bud Smoak compiled 118 return yards
    ==SO QB John Beck stat line: 92.6 RAT 18-37 202 yards 1 TD 2 INT 48% Sacked twice
     
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