The first Friday in October brings lots of Penn State football news, notes and predictions.
Two media call out pair of Nittany Lions’ top NFL Draft prospects and head coach that of James Franklin The team is expected to comfortably dominate the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday at Beaver Stadium.
Let’s move on to the other tweets and headlines on PSU and the college football world on October 1.
We will start with Jahan Dotson: The Nittany Lion is the No. 1 wide receiver on ESPN advice from longtime NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper in the post. Jaquan Brisker is listed as Kiper’s No.2 Safety, and both were in the NFL Network’s Top 20 Senior Bowl Prospects.
In other team news, the quarterback Sean clifford is one of 25 college football passers still in the running for this year’s Golden Arm award.
On the recruiting front, Penn State linebacker commits Keon wylie has pledged to play in the All-American bowl.
Staff Predictions: Penn State vs. Indiana: IBW
Brent Pry opens up about Red Zone success for Nittany Lion Defense: Jones, Statecollege.com
Penn State-Indiana Stories A Recruiting Note To Note, Plus: Quarter 5: Pickel, BWI
Penn State vs Indiana football prediction, picks, odds: Fornelli, CBS Sports
The key to Penn State’s defensive success? Brent Pry points to the frame: Bauer, IBW
Penn State vs Indiana Prediction game preview: Fiutak, CFN
Brent Pry Notebook: Thoughts on Penn State Soccer Sack Totals, Recruitment: Eckert, IBW
Penn State defense reaping benefits of linebacker ‘domino effect’: Gallen, PennLive
Recruitment: List of confirmed visitors for Saturday’s game against Indiana: Snyder, IBW
Penn State-Indiana Prediction: Does the Line Look High?: Wogenrich, SI
“I never put the emphasis on that. It’s really what the offensive coordinator, the defensive coordinator do most comfortable with, and what have they done in their history? Sometimes there is has discussions that are based on your staff, and if you don’t. If you don’t have anyone who is really good in the booth to get information, then you have to get there.
“But most of the time I want my guys to be comfortable and where they’re most comfortable calling the game, and for Mike and Brent it’s on the sidelines.”
–James Franklin on the Penn State Coaches Show discussing Mike Yurcich calling the game from the sideline.
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