Rushing Woes : What’s Wrong with the Penn State Ground Attack?

Posted by Dan Alexandre on September-16-2009 Add Comments


Things are not as they seem in Happy Valley.  Yes, the No.5 ranked Nittany Lions are 2-0, winning by comfortable margins against teams they should indeed be beating comfortably. The defense is stout, special teams are solid, and the passing game is explosive.  But there is an underlying problem, a problem that Penn State is not used to having under Joe Paterno.  That problem is the running game.


Coming into the season, the ground game seemed to be the strength...

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