Indiana vS. Penn State Football

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The Nittany Lions needed Trace McSorley’s last-second touchdown pass to get by Iowa 21-19 on the road last weekend, a dramatic triumph that overshadowed some sloppiness that allowed Iowa to stick around. Penn State committed two turnovers and eight penalties, finished 6-for-18 on third downs and had just one TD in its first four trips to the red zone before the game-winning dart to Juwan Johnson. “We’ve just got to be a little bit better,” coach James Franklin told reporters. “We’ve got to be a little bit sharper. We’ve got to sustain blocks a little bit longer. That was probably the difference on Saturday.

Indiana vs Penn State features unranked Indiana coming off of a 2-1 start. Penn State in turn is 4-0 overall and 1-0 in the Big Ten. Penn State coach James Franklin reflected on the team’s win over Iowa. “I started out that game at 45 years old,” Franklin laughed with ESPN, “and I finished the game at 55… I think if you look at any really good season, there’s always one game like that,” Franklin said, “where you have to gut it out and find a way to win. And our team’s gritty and we found a way to do it.

Barkley returned the game’s opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown and finished with 221 yards to pad his Heisman Trophy resume. Penn State turned two first quarter Indiana turnovers into touchdowns to spark the rout. McSorley added a rushing touchdown, Nick Scott scored on a fumble return and Tyler Davis added a pair of field goals for Penn State (5-0, 2-0 Big Ten).

Indiana vS. Penn State Football

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The Penn State Nittany Lions own serious bragging rights in the series with the Indiana Hoosiers, winning 19 of 20 meetings all-time, going 3-1-1 against the spread over the last five. Coming off a thrilling victory on the Big Ten road last week, the Nittany Lions are home to host the Hoosiers on Saturday afternoon up in Happy Valley.

On the day, Indiana outgained the Eagles 468-375, and about three-quarters of the yardage the Hoosiers allowed came in prevent-mode. Freshman running back Morgan Ellison, making his first career start, accounted for 194 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns, and J-Shun Harris returned a punt for a score for the second straight game.

As mentioned above, Indiana opened this season with a 49-21 loss to Ohio State, but the Hoosiers led that game 21-20 late into the third quarter before fading. Indiana then went on the road and beat what’s now a 3-1 Virginia team 34-17.