Penn State Football No. 12 Overall Offense In College Football 25

Penn State football will have the 12th-best offense in EA Sports’ College Football 25, the developer announced Thursday. The Nittany Lions, with an 87 overall, will have the third-best offense in the Big Ten.

In the 2023 season, Penn State was ranked No. 55 in total offense (399.8 yards per game), and No. 12 in scoring offense (36.2 points per game). Junior quarterback Drew Allar will enter his second year as a starter, while the offense also returns tight end Tyler Warren, running backs Nick Singleton and Kaytron Allen, and more while bringing in wide receiver Julian Fleming.

In real life, the Nittany Lions will only have to face two offenses EA Sports considered top-25: Ohio State and USC. The Buckeyes were ranked No. 5 with an 89 overall offense, while the Trojans were No. 25 with an 83 overall offense.

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