Daryll Clark Will Pay: Penn State Played Dead in The Trenches

Posted by Pete Dymeck on September-27-2009 Add Comments

For the second consecutive season, Penn State's hopes of bringing Joe Paterno another national championship were dashed by Iowa.

Blame it on the rain; blame it on anything except for Penn State quarterback Daryll Clark.

As a matter of fact, the blame needs placed on the offensive line.

Penn State has allowed seven sacks this year but more importantly, Clark has been pressured on nearly half of his drop-backs.

Clark's inability to throw and check down his targets is caused by an offensive line chock full of new faces that aren't quite ready to play college football at a high level, obviously. 

The offensive line has a gaping hole at the tackle position where Dennis Landolt's struggles have continued sin...

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