Here is an example. TEAM PREVIEW Last season: 7-6 Key Players: WR Derek Moye DT Devon Still HB Silas Redd S Drew Astorino This season will be a huge adjustment for the people of Happy Valley. For the first time in nearly 50 years there is a sheriff in town. JMS is a PSU alum and is looking to bring relevance and titles back to Penn State. He is walking into a great situation. Offensive: The offense has a great mixture of senior leadership and young guys. The offensive line is the strongest unit on this side of the ball. There are some stellar seniors up front but the Nittany lions have enough talented young lineman to be set for the first couple of seasons up front. It will definitely be a need fill position recruiting wise season one to keep the talent from dropping off by year 3. The receiving corps are loaded with playmakers, young ones. They are lead by Moye but will have some up and comers that will help keep teams from from focusing just on Moye. Alex Kenney provides the Lions with a deep threat and they have a host of other guys to spread the ball around. PSU has guys in the backfield to get some great production. Silas Redd and Stephfon Greene provide a great one-two punch that will allow PSU to pound away at teams if they choose. The biggest question mark for the Lions is at QB. Who will it be? Can they get consistent production? Only Coach JMS has the answers for one of those questions. He will have to figure out with the rest of the nation if production will be a problem. The two top candidates for the job are Matthew McGloin and Robert Bolden. They both played last season and each had their own troubles but we will find out which one has progressed the most and picks up on the new coaches offense first. Defensive: The defense is just like the offense. Has a good mix of young and old. The secondary will be the strength of the defense season 1. They are a veteran group and should force a lot of problems for opposing offenses. The linebackers are a good up front but lack depth. Led by Sr. Nathan Stupar, the group should be good but the Lions could run into trouble if they can't get teams off the field. The D-line is the same as the linebackers, good up front but lack great depth. With the secondary being so good, the d-line and linebackers will need to step up and stop teams running the ball or they could be in for a long season. A injury in the front seven could be huge for the Lions, but they have the guys to compete for a big ten title.