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Despite the same all-white uniforms, black shoes and white laces on Saturday, it certainly didn’t look the same Penn State football team that hadn’t won at Kinnick Stadium since 1999.News flash: It wasn’t.Under coach Bill O’Brien, these Nittany Lions (5-2, 3-0 Big Ten) are the same aggressor on defense that they’ve been for the past four decades, but now they add that same aggressive style on the offensive side of the ball. The result is yet another 500 total yard performance in the utter dismantling of the Iowa Hawkeyes (4-3, 2-1 Big Ten), 38-14 on Saturday night.Bill Belton was impressive on Saturday, finding the endzone three times for Penn State against the Hawkeyes.Behind a breakout performance from sophomore tailback Bill Belton, another steady performance from senior quarterback Matt McGloin and the same lock tight defense, the Lions won their fifth-straight game. Penn State controlled the clock all game and took advantage of a couple early Hawkeye turnovers to take a comman...
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Here’s a photo of four Iowa students who decided to dress up as Jerry Sandusky for the Iowa vs. Penn State Big Ten match-up in Iowa City.
Kinnick Stadium has long been a house of horrors for Penn State, but a new era of Penn State football seemed to overcome the past Saturday night. Penn State dominated Iowa and left with a 38-7 victory.
After the teams each handled the football once, Penn State was off to the races on the scoreboard. Matt McGloin threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter, quickly equaling...
So much for the house of horrors.
Iowa’s Kinnick Stadium has not treated Penn State well over the years. The Nittany Lions hadn’t won there since 1999 but you wouldn’t have been able tell that from the way they owned the place Saturday night.
Penn State dismantled Iowa in every phase of the game through three quarters. Iowa tacked on two touchdowns to make the...