Penn State Football 2009 Breakdown: Offense

Posted by Josh Redcay on August-19-2009 Add Comments

Last season, Penn State was No. 1 in the Big Ten in points scored a game with 40.2 and average yards gained a game with 452.2 yards. They also had the best third down conversion percentage with 52.2.

But, this year could be very different for their offense with the loss of the big three wide receivers Derrick Williams, Deon Butler, and Jordan Norwood. They also lost some big guys up front, so the offense is going to have a lot of work cut out for them.

Although don't forget about the return of conference leading QB Daryll Clark and speedy HB Evan Royster. Also look out for Stephfon Green who will only be a junior this season.

I'm going to be breaking down all the starters of the Penn State of...

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