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Last season was plagued by a season-long quarterback debate and saw two players take the majority of the snaps in 2010. Heading in to 2011, near the end of June, there is no clear answer on who will be under center at the start of the season.
Will Penn State go with Matt McGloin, who finished the season at quarterback for Joe Paterno and was leading the offense for Paterno's 400th victory, earning him a special spot in the coach's heart in the process? Or will Rob Bolden be named the starter and be given an opportunity to grow and mature in to the starting job?
What if both struggle? Does Paul Jones become a viable option for the offense?
No matter what happens, the historical trend is that one stable quarterback leads to a more productive season. Does Penn State have that in the arsenal?
Disaster scenario: All three quarterbacks start games during the season, and not because of injury.