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The Penn State Nittany Lions will be taking on a Maryland team that has a plethora of talent, but also a lack of coaching, discipline, and leadership.
All signs point to Jake Zembiec being a Penn State leader both on and off the field, and his name is definitely one to remember in the near future.
Obviously the most notable tidbit to come out of the meeting was President McDonald's claim that 32 of her 41 initiatives were started, in progress, or completed. Assuming she's relying on the fact the majority of those initiatives are only in the early stages, that could be true. Given the fact I can count on one hand the number of new initiatives that have been brought up at meetings, they still has a long way to go if they want to be able to call the tenth assembly a success.
James Franklin took a page out of Urban Meyer's book during his Wednesday post-practice media availability, saying that he's discussed the idea of using a mobile quarterback in redzone situations similar to Ohio State's method.
The No. 5 Nittany Lions traveled to Ann Arbor to take on No. 23 Michigan and survived a nail biter, winning in five sets. The play of Bryanna Weiskircher -- notably her impressive performance from the service line -- helped carry the team to victory.
With a stellar performance from both sides of the ball, Penn State was able to shut out Loyola Marymount, 3-0.
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