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Latest Penn State football record prediction has Nittany Lions at 11-1

Penn State could be in for a huge push for a conference title and more this fall.



Penn State football record prediction, Big Ten title
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The Nittany Lions are heading into a huge season this fall, and no one is quite sure what to think of James Franklin’s newest roster. On one hand, many of the younger Penn State players — such as Kaytron Allen, Abdul Carter, Nick Singleton, and others — were a major part of last year’s 11-2 Rose Bowl-winning season. Still, while guys like Drew Allar and Malik McClain are talented, they are also unproven. That being said, the Lions have a pretty easy schedule, and the most recent Penn State football record prediction has PSU finishing the regular season 11-1 in year 10 of James Franklin’s tenure. Can Penn State make a push for the Big Ten title?

Newest Penn State football record prediction has Nittany Lions finishing 11-1 overall

We are two weeks out from the annual Blue-White game, and just a few short months (that will feel like a lifetime) away from the Nittany Lions’ season opener against the West Virginia Mountaineers at Beaver Stadium in Happy Valley. With a new season comes a new schedule and roster, yet the expectations for Penn State remain the same: win a Big Ten title and more. Are they reasonable? Perhaps, and if it all plays out how Nittany Lions Wire predicts, then a Big Ten title game and/or College Football Playoff berth is not off the table just yet.

According to the Penn State branch of the USA Today Network, the Penn State football team will finish 11-1 overall this season with the Lions’ lone loss coming on the road in Columbus. The Buckeyes are formidable, and playing at ‘The Shoe’ is never easy, so we can agree with them there.

The only other truly intimidating game on Penn State’s 2023 schedule is against the Michigan Wolverines, who have now won back-to-back conference titles and appeared in the CFP for the past two seasons. Still, the Wolverines must come to State College and will be greeted by what is sure to be a rowdy Penn State crowd — since taking over in 2015, Jim Harbaugh has only beaten Penn State at Beaver Stadium twice: 2015 (sanctioned season) and 2021 (massive injury issues). Both of those PSU teams finished 7-6, and both games were close.

If the Nittany Lions can live up to the hype, this Penn State football record prediction could be spot on, and PSU could be competing for a Big Ten title and in the CFP all said and done.

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