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Nitt Links Can't Pick Against Penn State..Right?

 I'm glad the bye week is over, but I know what sort of day we could be in store for tomorrow. Minnesota isn't a good team, but Adam Weber is a good enough quarterback that he'll make you pay if you don't play good defense. I don't expect Penn State to lose, but I don't think it'll be a walk in the park. I don't imagine I'm the only one who feels this way.

That being said, it's Minnesota. Penn State doesn't lose to Minnesota.

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Penn State football: Penn State visits unpredictable Minnesota

Change makes Minnesota an unpredictable opponent, but Paterno has seen it before. Most recently in 2007, when Penn State played Texas A&M in the Alamo Bowl. The Aggies fired Dennis Franchione and replaced him with former NFL coach Mike Sherman, who took over after the bowl game

Gophers with 'nothing to lose' vs. PSU - Big Ten Blog - ESPN

A Gophers team that has played hard but executed poorly could fall apart at the seams and implode in the final five games, especially under a group of assistants who might all be gone in 2011. But it's also possible for Minnesota to play better in a no-pressure situation. Prideful seniors like Adam Weber -- who, quite frankly, has gotten a raw deal in his college career -- want to finish strong, and underclassmen want to distinguish themselves for the next coaching staff.

Ron Musselman's Penn State football chat transcript: 10.21.10

All sorts of fun lies within.

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Lions could incorporate high-tempo offense - The Daily Collegian Online

Think NIT Title run style offense.

Horton tries to turn around Minnesota against Penn State

Horton, 53, was in his first year as Minnesota's offensive coordinator. He began his career as a graduate assistant under Lou Holtz at Minnesota in 1984 and was the head coach at Nevada ('93) and Nevada-Las Vegas (1994-98).

Wisniewski and Penn State's offensive line taking share of criticism - McClatchy Network -

On offense, in particular, the Nittany Lions haven't shown any sign of becoming a consistent team. They rank last in the Big Ten in scoring and total offense and next to last in rushing yards. They are just 5 of 27 on third-down conversions in their two conference games, both defeats.


Wel...Goodluck to you all this weekend. Lets all pray we don't have to break the Internet.