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Slow starts leave Penn State playing catch-up
STATE COLLEGE — The second half of games belong to Penn State. Too bad for the Nittany Lions the opening 30 minutes count, too. Sluggish starts have left Penn State (3-2, 0-1 Big Ten) playing catch-up the last few weeks and in big road games.
Illini feeling good but face first road test in Happy Valley
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Illinois is off to a 2-2 start and coming off the kind of close loss to No. 2 Ohio State that breathes optimism into a rebuilding team. But Illinois (0-1 Big Ten) hasn’t been road tested. That will change Saturday at Penn State (3-2, 0-1).
Penn State freshman Q.B. Rob Bolden shows poise in the pocket
STATE COLLEGE— Rob Bolden’s poise came through loud and clear over the phone.
The freshman quarterback got a call from his excited mother, Tonia Williams, before starting his first game at No. 22 Penn State. Asked if he was nervous, Bolden replied, “’I’m OK.’ Just that bland,” recounted Williams, of Southfield, Mich. “Calm down. It’s football. It’s a game.”
Iowa in an unfamiliar role as it meets Penn State this week
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Two years ago, unranked Iowa dashed Penn State's national title hopes with a dramatic home win and last season the underdog Hawkeyes did it again with a fourth-quarter comeback at Beaver Stadium.
PSU rallies past Owls
Trailing at halftime to Temple, No. 23 Penn State was 30 minutes away from what would have been a historic loss at Happy Valley.
PSU notebook: Royster breaks out against Temple
Evan Royster put an emphatic end to any talk that he was in a slump.
Temple tries to end Penn St. no-sack streak
Maligned at times by Penn State’s uneven running game, the offensive line can be proud of at least one impressive stat — the No. 23 Nittany Lions are the only team in the country that hasn’t allowed a sack.
Is this Temple's chance to break losing streak against Penn State
STATE COLLEGE — If Penn State is Temple’s measuring stick, the Owls have been off by miles.
This Pennsylvania rivalry is decidedly tilted in the Nittany Lions’ favor. Temple hasn’t beaten Penn State since World War II, and the Owls have a 27-game losing streak in the series.
Penn State and Temple add games for 2014 through 2016
PHILADELPHIA — The Nittany Lions and Owls will face off on the football field through 2016.
Both schools say they continue to play each other, adding games with each for the 2014-2016 seasons, with Temple traveling to Penn State 2014 and 2016 and hosting the Nittany Lions at home in 2015.
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