Penn State QB Matt McGloin is keeping his team together during a tough season.
Penn State’s new head coach clearly wasn’t happy, and meeting the media seemed like the last thing he wanted to do after losing his Happy Valley debut 24-14 to Ohio.
In front of 97,000 vocal fans eager to just watch football again, Penn State let an 11-point halftime lead slip away as they lost 24-14 to Ohio in Bill O’Brien’s coaching debut.
Penn State starting quarterback Matt McGloin has tweeted that he intends to stay with the Nittany Lions.
Bill O’Brien’s second day as Penn State’s new leader included a standing ovation after being introduced at a basketball game, and his first meeting with his new players.
Turnovers, penalties and missed tackles cost the Nittany Lions any hope of hanging with Wisconsin, and a spot in the Big Ten title game for a shot at the Rose Bowl.
The Nittany Lions are 8-2 coming off that 17-14 loss to Nebraska on an emotional Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Ohio State is 6-4.
Joe Paterno tied Eddie Robinson with his 408th career victory on Saturday night as Penn State beat Northwestern 34-24.
Linebacker Gerald Hodges forced a momentum-swinging fumble that set up Matt McGloin’s fourth-quarter touchdown pass, and Silas Redd ran for 142 yards on Saturday to help Penn State pound Iowa 13-3.
Matt McGloin made the right read and the perfect throw late in the third quarter, hooking up with Derek Moye on a 74-yard TD pass and leading Penn State past Indiana 16-10 on Saturday.
Penn State is coming off a 34-6 win over an overmatched Eastern Michigan squad last weekend.
With Big Ten season here, Penn State must battle through injuries to two of their best defenders.
The Penn State Nittany Lions welcomed their Hall of Fame coach back to the field with their best passing performance of the year in a convincing in a 34-6 win Saturday over Eastern Michigan.
This week, the 2-1 Nittany Lions return to Beaver Stadium to host Eastern Michigan out of the MAC.
Chaz Powell set the tone by returning the game’s opening kickoff 95 yards for a score and Silas Redd led an overwhelming ground game with two rushing touchdowns in Penn State’s 41-7 win over Indiana State on Saturday.