Penn State's football roster looks much different compared to 2011, which isn't a good thing. Due to penalties handed to the school, many players decided to transfer, including their best player, Silas Redd.
The losses for the team will be too big to overcome for the Nittany Lions this season and they will struggle to win many games. Their first loss of the season could come on Saturday as they face the Ohio Bobcats in Happy Valley.
The Bobcats may play in the Mid-American Conference, but they are a talented football, led by quarterback Tyler Tettleton.
Tettleton is an underrated quarterback who had a stellar 2011 campaign. Last season, Tettleton threw for 3,306 yards and 28 touchdowns while leading the Bobcats to the MAC championship game.
Tettleton and the Bobcats have showed that there's no reason to think they can't pull off the upset.