Follow along as the Centre Daily Times writers Josh Moyer and Jon Sauber critique the Penn State vs. Michigan, and photojournalist Abby Drey provides sideline and behind-the-scenes photos from Beaver Stadium.
Penn State held on after its hot start cooled off to beat Michigan 28-21 in its annual White Out game at Beaver Stadium. Here’s what happened:
A huge defensive stop and a hard-fought first-down run give the Nittany Lions the 28-21 win. They’re 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Big Ten. Next up, a Saturday matchup with Michigan State in East Lansing.
Kirk Herbstreit said Friday the one thing he needed to see from this Penn State offense was a vertical passing game. He called KJ Hamler more of an underneath guy, so he wanted to see someone else step up downfield.
Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford is looking to rebound after the worst performance of his career, a three-interception outing against Minnesota last Saturday. He’ll have his opportunity Saturday, Nov. 16, against a good Indiana Hoosiers team — and his Nittany Lion teammates are confident he’ll bounce back in a big way.