Penn State Goes From 11-2 Record Last Year to a 5-7 Record in 2010

John DostoyevskyContributor ISeptember 25, 2010

TUSCALOOSA, AL - SEPTEMBER 11:  Quarterback Robert Bolden #1 of the Penn State Nittany Lions is sacked by Jerrell Harris #5 of the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 11, 2010 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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After seeing Penn State play Temple, I predict that they will win two more games at the most and lose six more games at least if not seven. Penn State should not be beating Temple by nine points; they should be beating Temple by 20 to 30 points.

If they can't play well against Temple how are they supposed to play against Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio State, or Michigan State? The way that Penn State played against Temple will get them destroyed by Iowa, Michigan, and Ohio State. Michigan State Minnesota and Illinois have each fielded teams that have performed well against stiff competition  such as USC, Notre Dame, and Arizona to name a few.

I'm not even sure that they can even beat Northwestern at this point in time.

Penn State's offense has been for lack of a better word lacksadaisical. Bolden has thrown for three touchdowns and five interceptions through four games. If it wasn't for the three interceptions thrown by the Temple quarterback they would have probably won the game. They wont get three interceptions off of Terrelle Pryor, Ricky Stanzi, Adam Weber or Michigan's Denard Robinson who will run all over them.

What do you think?