How Does Paul Chryst’s firing impact Penn State Football?

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The calendar has flipped to October, and the coaching carousel is in full rotation. Does the Paul Chryst firing impact Penn State Football?

Penn State Football enters the week on a well-deserved bye week. While James Franklin and company are resting and preparing for the upcoming matchup with Michigan, Wisconsin decided to break the Big Ten internet.

The firing of Paul Chryst is a rare midseason move in the Big Ten. Especially for a coach that has led his team to three Big Ten Championship appearances(only two more than our very own James Franklin).

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – DECEMBER 03: Paul Chryst, head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, and James Franklin, head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions, meet at midfield before the start of the Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 3, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Everything changes when you start the conference slate with back-to-back losses. It doesn’t help matters when the latest loss was to your old flame by more than three touchdowns.

Victory Bell Rings is a Penn State forum, so enough about Wisconsin Football and its issues.

How does this impact Penn State Football at all?

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