This week’s predictions went a little off the rails at Penn State welcomes the powerhouse Pitt Panthers to Beaver Stadium a week after the Panthers escaped with a 31-28 overtime win over Youngstown State.
So without further ado...
Penn State puts the hammer down and gets into triple digits, marking the first time a Division I program has scored 100 points since Houston downed Tulsa 100-6 in 1968.
All three true freshman defensive players (Lamont Wade, Tariq Castro-Fields and Yetur Gross-Matos) force a turnover.
Penn State makes 6 interceptions, forces 9 fumbles, and allows just 69 yards rushing.
Marcus Allen plays just half of the defensive snaps because he’s simply not needed.
Pitt goes up 14-0 early before PSU scores the next 48. #PartyLikeIts1981.
Pat Narduzzi doesn't shake James Franklin's hand after the game.
I'm a one-upper, so I'm going with Narduzzi throws a fit when Penn State goes up 42-3 in the third quarter and gets tossed from the game.
HARD TO SHAKE HANDS FROM THE LOCKER ROOM.
Penn State pitches another shutout.
Saquon Barkley has a 90-plus yard TD run, Trace McSorley/Tommy Stevens combine for more than 400 yards passing, Curtis Cothran gets 4 TFLs and Grant Haley has a pick six.