Penn State Football: 3 Reasons Nittany Lions Are Bound to Overachieve in 2013

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Penn State Football: 3 Reasons Nittany Lions  Are Bound to Overachieve in 2013
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The Penn State Nittany Lions enter 2013 with several big holes to fill from last year's team. Key starters such as Matt McGloin, Michael Mauti and Jordan Hill are no longer around, causing some writers to think this year could be a struggle.

Athlon Sports has the Nittany Lions finishing third in the Leaders Division, citing too many starters missing from last season.

However, despite the losses, Penn State has a lot going for it and will exceed expectations in 2013.

In an earlier article, I predicted the Nittany Lions would finish with a record of 9-3. When delving into information for the upcoming season, that's certainly reasonable. In fact, no one should be surprised if the team finishes with as many as 10 wins.

The following slides highlight three reasons that 2013 will be another successful season in Happy Valley and why Penn State will once again exceed expectations.

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