Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., July 28

We can’t wait to hear what James Franklin has to say at Big Ten Media Days.

Same for York County native and Big Ten newcomer Randy Edsall of Maryland.

 James Franklin should play the suit and the microphone well from Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.

James Franklin should play the suit and the microphone well from Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.

So join me at 8 tonight to break down all of the day’s happenings in Chicago. What are people saying about what all the coaches are saying? Will there be any sparks in response to Franklin jabbing Edsall and Rutgers’ head coach Kyle Flood about the Nittany Lions’ expected recruiting reach and expected success?

We will talk about all of the day’s happenings, as well as hit on recruiting, the upcoming season and exactly who will play linebacker and offensive tackle if a couple of big names get hurt.

If you can’t make it at 8, drop in a question or comment throughout the day.

To get ready, look over the media picks for preseason All-Big Ten honors. Where would you rank a Nittany Lion higher?

And if you missed it, check out our slideshow last week from Franklin and the Lions’ visit to Penn State Hershey’s Children Hospital.

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4 Responses to Penn State football chat, 8 p.m., July 28

  1. John says:

    What is JF number one concern going into camp?

    • Frank Bodani says:

      I really believe Franklin’s top priority is his offensive line. It’s imperative to protecting Christian Hackenberg, the biggest star on the team. The o-line is very inexperienced. There really is no game experience at all behind top tackle Donovan Smith.

  2. PSUGreensburg says:

    Do you think all of the offensive talent at the skilled positions can overcome the offensive line problems, and could the OL surprise us?

    • Frank Bodani says:

      I think Franklin has enough talent around Hackenberg to overcome some shortages on the offensive line. Lots to work with at tight end and even with young receivers. Plus, tailback Bill Belton can run, block and catch. Good experienced, multi-purpose weapon.

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