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Penn State Football Must Revamp Offense

Penn State Football started winter workouts last week and Spring Football is around the corner. James Franklin and his team must revamp their offense if they want to take the next step forward and become an elite program. They are close! Only the Michigan Wolverines and the Ohio State Buckeyes have been in their way. Good News: There is no Michigan football on their schedule this year as the Big 10 will no longer have divisions. Ohio State is still on the slate and so is Big 10 newcomer USC. The Nittany Lions must add vertical explosiveness to their offensive attack. That was truly their lone weakness last season. Will a new Ohio State Buckeyes receiver from the transfer portal and a new offensive coordinator make a difference for Penn State football in 2024? We will answer that very question. #WeAre.

Also, Matt Painter and the second ranked Purdue Boilermakers basketball team suffered a loss to the Ohio State Buckeyes this weekend in the debut for the Buckeyes new interim head coach, Jake Diebler. (1-0 is a great start!).

Plus we list our Big 10 Top 10 observations from this weekend around the conference. It’s all on the way so tune in to Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon!

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