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Barring any more transfer portal madness, Penn State will return six starters from last year's defensive unit.
It's probably way too early to start trying to figure out what the 2019 Nittany Lion offense will look like, but that's exactly what we're going to do anyway.
Despite averaging a nation's best 4.86 goals per game, the team's defense has allowed teams to stick around in high-scoring affairs.
Losing experienced talent at any position can hurt, but the Nittany Lions are in good shape to replace the outgoing wideouts.
Kevin Kerr, Nikita Pavlychev, Nate Sucese, and Liam Folkes scored for Penn State in its first home game of the second semester.
The Nittany Lions squandered a 4-1 lead against Princeton in Philadelphia Saturday night.
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