2017 Ohio State Week 9: Penn State
The fifth-year senior is a lot better than you think against top talent.
The Buckeyes created enough negative plays to shut down Saquon Barkley and company when it mattered.
The three-time captain saved his best performance for the biggest game of the season.
Come here ye, let us praise No. 16 and THE BIG GUYS.
I mean, come on. Was there really any doubt on this one?
There’s a lot of unpacking to do after the Buckeyes’ 39-38 instant classic victory against the Nittany Lions.
At least there’s something to be happy about today.
Also, coaches around the country have opinions about J.T. Barrett, and tight ends have being increasingly important in college football.
The Buckeyes All-World LB is no stranger to balling out in marquee matchups.
One of the biggest games of the year has even bigger implications.
Plus, kicking to Saquon Barkley isn’t a very good idea.
Who’s going to cover this athletic freak?!
Podcasting about Penn State, the alternate uniforms, and times that video games pissed us off.
Also, how much money are Big Ten championships worth?
The Nittany Lions have very few weaknesses. Stopping the run might be one of them.
According to this stat, Penn State shouldn’t be competitive against Ohio State. But they will be, and that’s scary
Penn State is so good they can turn the math upside down.
Protection up front has been a problem in Happy Valley.
Coming off a bye week, the Buckeyes have their roster set for Saturday.
Penn State’s quarterback can do it all.
Both the Buckeyes and Nittany Lions bring dynamic offenses into Saturday’s game.
Neither top-ranked teams’ special teams have fared well this season.
The Nittany Lions boast the nation’s No. 1 scoring defense. But, they’ve done that by beating up on some pretty bad offenses.