2019 VRBO Citrus Bowl Preview

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2019 VRBO Citrus Bowl Preview Kentucky and Penn State meet on January 1st at 1:00 pm in Orlando in a game televised by ABC. It’s been 20 years since the Wildcats last played on New Year’s Day. Ironically on Tuesday, they face off against the same Nittany Lion squad who beat them in the Outback […] READ MORE




What’s the Answer for Penn State?

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It happened again. For the third time in three straight seasons the Penn State-Michigan match-up has resulted in a lopsided score. In 2016 in Ann Arbor, Michigan embarrassed a struggling Penn State team 49-10. A game that the Wolverines kept their first string in until the final whistle blew. Last year you could say that […] READ MORE


Can Penn State Beat Michigan?

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The question everyone is asking is, can Penn State beat Michigan? James Franklin is 1-3 against Michigan in his tenure at Penn State. The last two seasons the winning team scored more than 40 points. Michigan defensive coordinator, Don Brown, stated last week that he wakes up everyday and thinks about the Wolverines’ 29-point loss […] READ MORE


Michigan Wolverines Control Their College Football Playoff Destiny

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With the release of the first College Football Playoff rankings, it was no surprise that the Michigan Wolverines were the highest ranked Big Ten team. The Wolverines are ranked fifth, just on the outside looking in at the top four, consisting of Alabama, Clemson, LSU, and Notre Dame. If one of those teams slip, it […] READ MORE


Penn State vs. Iowa Through The Years

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In 2004 No. 25 Iowa beat Penn State 6-4. Yes, Iowa scored six points on two field goals, while the Nittany Lions managed two safeties in the contest. That score from 2004 accurately shows how close and low scoring Penn State vs. Iowa games usually are. Since 2000, the largest scoring margin between Penn State […] READ MORE



Penn State Bye Week Recap

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Penn State Bye Week Recap A bye week in college football has several opportunities. For the players it is a time to improve the little (or big) things from the games already played and recover from the hard-hitting nature of the sport. The coaches get time to reflect on how the staff can improve and […] READ MORE