2020 is not going well for most of us, but especially not for Penn State football.
It’s been a rough year for a lot of people around the country. Many of us are ready to flip the calendar to 2021 and move on with a brighter year after the worst year for so many. That’s especially true for Penn State football fans who may wish the season was canceled after all.
The Nittany Lions lost to Indiana in overtime in the opener then got taken to the woodshed by Ohio State and were routed by “rival” Maryland on Saturday to fall to 0-3 for the first time since 2001.
Naturally, Twitter had a field day dunking repeatedly on the Nittany Lions that just goes to show you that 2020 is not the year of the Nittany Lion.
Twitter roasts Penn State football for their sorry start to the season
At least Pennsylvania came through with the votes for Joe Biden.
Who had Michigan and Penn State bringing up the rear in the Big Ten East?
Indiana most definitely is good and they most definitely broke Penn State beyond repair.
Just don’t bet on Penn State this year.
It’s even worse news for Penn State off the field where they’re 0-for-10 when it comes to getting commitments from the state’s top recruits.
Seriously, is this the saddest field goal try ever? What is James Franklin thinking?
No, Penn State won’t fire Franklin even if things don’t turn around this year. After signing a six-year extension prior to the season, he’s owed nearly $40 million, so unless he leaves on his own to go to another job, he’s staying in not-so-Happy Valley.