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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).