The 2014 season will bring many changes to the Big Ten and Penn State.
Gone are "Leaders" and "Legends," being replaced with East and West Divisions made up of 14 teams, including newcomers Rutgers and Maryland.
Penn State's Land Grant rivalry with Michigan State has been renewed and Northwestern is back on the schedule. Nebraska and Wisconsin aren't on the 2014 schedule, but Penn State will play UCF again—this time in Dublin to kick off the season.
A September trip to Rutgers could be an early test and November will see the Nittany Lions play five games in consecutive weeks following the Ohio State game.
Where will this Penn State team find its biggest hurdles? Can it keep its streak of winning seasons alive through the sanctions?
Let's take a look at the most difficult games Penn State has on the upcoming schedule!
See Penn State's full schedule at FBSchedules.com.