Penn State Football: The State of the Program After 2013 Season

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Penn State Football: The State of the Program After 2013 Season
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Penn State can certainly be proud of a 7-5 campaign in 2013.

With a roster depleted of scholarship athletes in addition to having to break in a true freshman quarterback—albeit a very talented one—the Nittany Lions regressed only slightly in the win column while continuing to push forward through unprecedented sanctions.

In his first two years as a head coach at any level, Bill O'Brien has compiled a respectable record of 15-9.

A rather young team, Penn State will only have to replace eight starters next season—four on offense and four on defense. This should serve them well as O'Brien and his staff continue to rebuild the roster. 

Here's a look at the state of the program following the completion of the 2013 season, with a glimpse towards the future. 

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