Entering the upcoming season, the Penn State Nittany Lions will look to continue their offensive success from 2012.
Due to some changes in personnel, most notably at quarterback, plus the identification of certain areas of weakness from last season, there are changes on offense that need to be made for 2013.
Not many people expected the Penn State Nittany Lions to be very successful last season, especially on offense. Key starters left just weeks before the start of the season, and the coaching staff was left scrambling to find replacements.
The Nittany Lions finished with a record of 8-4 and were fourth in the Big Ten in total offense.
Aside from the quarterback position and two new starters on the offensive line, the offense will have the luxury of a good deal of experience. While production may drop a bit, the 2013 squad's output may not be that far off from last year's numbers.
There are even new additions such as Eugene Lewis, Malik Golden and Akeel Lynch who should help provide even more offense this season.
Because of last season's success and the number of returning starters, there only needs to be a few changes on offense for the Nittany Lions to once again be successful.