Penn State football is wrapping up its spring practice season, culminating in Saturday's Blue-White Game at Beaver Stadium. The biggest storyline this spring revolves around the influence of new offensive coordinator Andy Kotelnicki on the Nittany Lions' offense, with a focus on improving the team's inconsistent offensive performance from last year.

By the Numbers
  • New offensive coordinator Andy Kotelnicki implementing new plays
  • Freshman Julian Fleming being a new addition to the team
Yes, But

The defense also undergoes changes with new coordinator Tom Allen, but the offensive struggles have been a more prevalent concern recently.

State of Play
  • Spring game marking the end of practice before the summer
  • Players preparing for NFL draft and transfer portal opening up
What's Next

Fans will be keen to see how the new offensive schemes translate in the upcoming season, particularly with regards to the performance of quarterback Drew Allar and the wide receiver position.

Bottom Line

Amidst changes in coaching staff and player roster, the primary focus remains on the shakeup in the offensive strategy at Penn State, emphasizing the critical role of new coordinator Andy Kotelnicki in shaping the team's performance.