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There are three games before Homecoming. Where will Penn State stand on October 12th?

KERRY COLLINS FILE PHOTO ALERT
KERRY COLLINS FILE PHOTO ALERT
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In five weeks, Penn State will defend the Beaver Stadium grass on Homecoming against Michigan, a team that has looked impressive after blowing out Central Michigan and taking down Notre Dame 41-30 this past Saturday night. It's a highly likely possibility that the Wolverines will come to Happy Valley in October undefeated as they play Akron, UCONN and Minnesota before facing off with the Nittany Lions.

Penn State is also undefeated on the young season and also has three games before the second weekend of October and it isn't exactly easy sledding. Central Florida comes into Beaver Stadium this weekend with a 76-7 scoring advantage over its two opponents this season, equipped with maybe the best quarterback Penn State will face all year in Blake Bortles. That's followed by a visit from Kent State who hope to have the dynamic Dri Archer back before facing the Lions. And finally, the Nits head to Bloomington to start the Big Ten season against Indiana, who has been the pick for most improved in the Big Ten this season and who are averaging over 50 points a game on the young season which includes a win against Indiana State and a 41-35 loss to Navy.

So, grab your crystal balls, BSDers:

What will Penn State's record be when Michigan comes to town for Homecoming in four weeks?


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