Penn State Football: Predicting the Offensive Depth Chart for the Season-Opener

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Penn State Football: Predicting the Offensive Depth Chart for the Season-Opener
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Penn State football returns in under two months, so the time to start predicting the season-opening depth chart is now. The offense alone still has a number of questions to sort through before Penn State takes on Indiana State.

Will Rob Bolden once again be named the starting quarterback to open the season, or will Matt McGloin continue to hold on to the starting job as he believes?

Will Silas Redd indeed be named the full-time starter at tailback, or will Joe Paterno opt to go with the veteran Stephfon Green? Where does Brandon Beachum fit in the mix?

Derek Moye is one of the top players on offense, but will Justin Brown emerge as a second go-to guy in 2011? Who are the other receivers to keep an eye on?

And who will have the task of providing protection for the quarterback and creating holes for the running backs on an offensive line that was a bit of a problem last season?

Here is a prediction for each depth chart spot on the Penn State offense for the 2011 season-opener against Indiana State. The defense will be previewed later this week.

 

Kevin McGuire is the national college football writer for Examiner.com. Follow his college football discussion on Twitter or become a fan of him on Facebook.

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