The time is near, so near, it’s stirring the blood in our veins.
Penn State is just hours away from its biggest regular season game in around two decades and we’ve given bold predictions for how we think the game will play out.
So, without further adieu:
Saquon Barkley going absolutely ape-sh*t on the Ohio State defense, putting up over 200 yards from scrimmage and three scores to cement his status as the unquestionable Heisman Trophy leader and the best damn player in the land.
If you remove the 35 points Penn State will score in the first quarter, it becomes quite clear that Ohio State was the better team.
Saquon Barkley houses a first quarter kickoff return touchdown and the Nittany Lions block another OSU field goal just because they can.
Defense and/or Special Teams score two touchdowns. Penn State wins and people continue to insist it's a fluke.
Ohio State becomes the first team to score on Penn State in the first quarter.
Barkley has more than 100 yards receiving, Tommy Stevens accounts for a touchdown and Penn State gets five sacks, all from different players.
GRANT HALEY....WILL SCORE (again).