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Post-Game Link Dump: Buffalo

A roundup of what people were saying about the Nittany Lions week two victory.

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Friend of BSD Ben Jones hands out grades from yesterday's contest. He also examines the progress of the team in week two as it prepares for its first Big Ten game of the season, as well as offering some interesting tidbits about the Buffalo game that you can share to impress your guests at next week's tailgate. Speaking of tailgates, don't drink and drive coming to and from Beaver Stadium (or anywhere else, for that matter). Speaking of former BSDers, Peter Berkes tries to figure out how Troy Apke missed blocking this punt.

BTN offers an overview of a thrilling week two. While they gave Penn State a measly C- in the team grades, they did heap some praise on true freshman Saquon Barkley.

Victory Bell Rings selects its players of the game while declaring Carl Nassib as Penn State's defensive star so far for the 2015 season.

Onward State thinks the offensive line is heading in the right direction after not allowing any sacks against Buffalo. Franklin praised Barkley's electrifying effort as he reaches the century mark for the first time in just his second game at Penn State.

ESPN's Josh Moyer call's yesterday's performance "inconsistent," and hands out accolades for the game.

A rainy week two in photos, courtesy of PennLive's Joe Hermitt. Bob Flounders liked what he saw from Troy Reeder and Brendan Mahon. The defensive line was not happy about Buffalo's chop blocks.

Christian Hackenberg, Jordan Lucas, Saquon Barkley, Chris Godwin, Austin Johnson and Troy Reeder in their own words.

If you haven't checked at our post-game coverage, Nick P. gives a rundown of three things to know following the win against Buffalo while Devon recaps the Nittany Lions first win of the season.