Analysis: Looking forward 

September, 2, 2012
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Allen Robinson, Gerald MooreAndrew Weber/US PresswireAllen Robinson had nine receptions on Saturday, a bright spot for the offense.
If Saturday showed anything, it's that this is a completely different Penn State team.

Penn State's multiple-personnel looks and complicated offensive playbook stood in stark contrast to its past old-school, run-up-the-gut philosophy. And its aggressive defense resembled little of the 2011 squad that finished No. 20 nationally in yards allowed.

The Nittany Lions flashed some potential in Saturday's first half, but the 24-14 loss to Ohio raised more questions than answers about what the future might hold. NittanyNation takes a closer look at what's in store:
Penn State Runs By Temple
Penn State coach James Franklin is pleased to see his offensive line and young secondary step up to help Penn State get by Temple.
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