It’s back. Kickoff is right around the corner on the 2012-13 college football season and this promises to be very interesting and exciting. Isn’t every college football season that way though? The Stack is here with the college football season preview that you demand…well maybe. Time to look at the major conferences and make some predictions on the upcoming season in “the stack” for today, Wednesday, August 29:
The landscape of college football is going to be different this year and no more so will it be different than at Penn State where for the first time in forty-eight years, a new coach will roam the sidelines. Bill O’Brien has his work cut out for him as the program has disciplined the likes which we have never seen before in wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. No postseason appearance, multiple scholarships gone, several players bolting for other programs to play out their eligibility. Joe Paterno watching from above. Yes it is going to be a difficult year for the Penn State faithful, but this must show support for this team and this coaching staff. No one expects them to be good, because quite frankly they won’t be good. But the community must gather around this team through thick and thin and I’m hoping they will.