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It's the #1 QB.
How come the people of Metropolis were always so shocked to see what they thought was a bird or a plane?
He is a badass, he deserved the bump. Get those jokes Morris, Olsen, and Bateman down the list. Same with Browne.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
Even superman had kryptonite. For Penn St. players it seems as if their kryptonite is actually playing football.
We didn't have too bad of a season last year. Could've easily been 10-2, after losing our two best offensive weapons and our leader 3/4 of the way through the season.
Bad troll attempt IYAM.
Kidding man I like Penn St.(More than the rest of the big 10) normally watched on them Saturday mornings this year in place my cartoons. Had a much better year than I ever saw coming.
Congrats, but give me Max Browne any day of the week.
Last year is not was should worry people.. Now that you have to start feeling the effects of the scholarship reduction the hit will hit starting this year.
Oh, that guy down the list? Looks to me like he's got a bit of pomeranian in him.
We started last year at under 70 scholarship players?
“If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets.” ― Haruki Murakami
Penn State had ~68 scholarship players last year.
Yeah...if there was a "Game Managing QB" Hall of Fame, Alabama would be all over that.
Don't sleep on Ryan Burns, a fellow QB from Virginia.
Calm down, brother. The occasional recruiting win is all that God-forsaken place has.
If you are talking about a kid who could come in and start from day one, I agree... Max Browne is the guy. If you are talking upside and potential, Hack cannot be touched.
Normally I like the polished, accurate guys. With the coaches and offense at Penn State, I'm pumped about Hack.
How do you know that, though? If Browne has the better arm -- I'm talking both accuracy and arm-strength -- and is more sound mechanically, isn't it fair to assume that he has more potential?
The only knock on Browne is his mobility. Brady and Peyton, however, are statutes in the pocket, but their careers have turned out all right.
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Lets hope not. Might want to avoid the shower though...
You guys sure have been cranking out QBs to the league lately.
Browne is not more sound mechanically nor does he have a better arm than Hackenberg. More accurate as a passer right now? Yes.
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BOB can only do so much in one year. Just wait until Matt McGloin tears it up in the pros.
You guys need something I guess.
It's too bad he's going to be playing in relative obscurity. It's only gonna get worse the next few years.
We'll see. Won't be great, but I think we'll do better than most expect. Especially with an elite QB and elite TE.
Sad to see him waste 4 years of his life and accomplish nothing.
It's kind of ironic that the "God-forsaken" place as you put it was one of the few who helped Bama out with the Tornado recovery.
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