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5 questions: Will PSU’s offense be able to click on all cylinders at Wisconsin?

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Welcome to our new 5 Questions feature, in which we will pose some important questions about the Penn State football program so you can think about or answer, either in our comments on social media.

Here are today’s questions:

1: Will Penn State’s offense be clicking in the opener at Wisconsin?

We’ll start with this one because, let’s face it, we all have very high expectations of the Penn State offense under new coordinator Mike Yurcich.

But do you believe the offense — and Sean Clifford in particular — will be ready enough in game one to be able to handle the challenge that will be presented at Wisconsin?

The bottom line is, James Franklin has said that PSU’s offense will have to be ready right off the bat since the opener is such a big challenge.

2: How many games will Penn State win this season?

The over/under is 8.5 in Vegas, with some places going straight 9.

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