It seems Tim Doherty made a good first impression at the next level.
As winter draws closer and Penn State prepares for its season opener on Oct. 3 against Long Island, there’s plenty of speculation on how this team will respond to a lackluster 2020-21 campaign.
After an up-and-down 2020-21 season, Penn State’s defense will need to perform more consistently if it wants to bounce back in 2021-22.
After an out-of-character season in 2020 for Guy Gadowsky and Penn State, finishing 10-12 overall, the expectations are going to be high coming into the winter season.
After a shaky 2020-21 campaign for Penn State, going 7-11 in conference play, it has plenty of room to improve this season. With new recruits and former studs returning, Guy Gadowsky will need to lean on his best players if the Nittany Lions want to see their desired success.
Penn State struggled through an up-and-down season in 2020-21: a year in which it saw eight games canceled due to coronavirus outbreaks.