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Our staff is confident the Nittany Lions will get back on track on Saturday at Beaver Stadium.
Penn State's backcourt doesn't look awful without Tony Carr and Shep Garner, but our staff is concerned with the team's lack of depth in the low post.
There's nowhere to go but up for Pat Chambers' program after its run to an NIT championship last season.
I don't think anyone wants to talk about what happened on the field this weekend, so let's get right to what happened off the field in Ann Arbor.
A healthy Stevens is a much better option than McSorley doing his best to run around on one leg.
The Nittany Lion defense didn't look as bad as a 42-7 scoreline may suggest, but the offense certainly did.
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