The BTN Bus Tour is back for 2021, making its way across all 14 B1G schools. Their latest stop was in Happy Valley  to see how Penn State looks.

BTN analyst Joshua Perry gives the three takeaways he saw from the Nittany Lions camp.


Perry’s three takeaways were how good the secondary looked. The running back room is the best in the conference from what the crew has seen so far. The quarterback situation is murky after the starting spot, which is a common theme across the conference.

Penn State backup QB Will Levis transferred to Kentucky this offseason and will be the starter this season for the Wildcats.

Penn State started the 2020 season horrendously   with an 0-5 start, but they won the remaining four games in the second half of the season. There is a lot of optimism that Penn State can return to one of the top dogs in the B1G this year.

Penn State is ranked No. 19 in this season’s preseason AP Top-25 Poll. The Nittany Lions open the season in Camp Randall against the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday, Sept. 4.