The Penn State Nittany Lions have struggled to a 4-1 start—a big loss to Alabama at home, a four-point nail-biter against Temple and a six-point slug-fest against Indiana—and coach Joe Paterno seems more disengaged than ever.
Health problems have kept him off the sidelines and in the press box for much of the season, and when he is on the field, he doesn't seem to be doing much.
Alas, it is that time of the year again: who will replace JoePa?
Even though the Penn State faithful would love to see Urban Meyer in the Blue and White (whose fans wouldn't want him?), it's not going to happen. Here are the five major reasons why.