This has been said and hinted at in several other posts, but I think it deserves its own thread. This team had an entire month to fix any issues they had during the regular season, and as far as I could tell, none of them were fixed. Jefferson did not look any more poised or prepared for this game than he did for any game we have played this year. The O-Line did not fix any of their run blocking woes, or pass-blocking for that matter. The receivers did not run any better routes, and still dropped more balls than the other team did. Richard Dickson was a non-factor. (Did he catch anything all game? Was he even in the game?) Ridley could not find any holes. Russell Shepard did not find the field enough. (Or at all) Too many 3 and outs. (This really took us out of the game early, as we kept giving Penn St. good field position) The D-Line could not pressure the QB enough or stop the run. The coaching staff still does not have a solid plan for clock management in the last two minutes of the game. We still gave up too many 3rd downs. (Why is Peterson lined up 15 yards off of his man on a 3rd and 10?) Also, some things that were going well during the season did not go well this game. Trindon Holliday was decent, but failed to provide spark when we needed it. Peterson got beat several times. The secondary as a whole (with the exception of C.Jones) was not the strength of our defense like it normally is. None of our linebackers had a great game. Seriously, how did we not lose by more? How can we remedy this situation? Why did we not look prepared after having an entire month to get ready for this game? Did we spend too much time at Disney world? Penn state was in Orlando a week before us! Seems to me if we were able to just fix a few of these issues we could have won the game. Yet, none of the issues were fixed in my opinion.