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Penn State can’t let back-to-back losses completely derail its season.

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The past few weeks have been absolutely brutal for Penn State fans, so let’s start with a feel-good story about a special bond between an Ohio State fan and a Penn State fan.

While they may not make an impact on Saturdays, a select group of players still make a major impact by helping to get the Nittany Lions ready for those weekend affairs.

The past couple of Saturdays, execution on offense has been severely lacking. At the end of the day it is on the players to execute, but those on the sidelines also need to be held accountable.

And while the past two games have been excruciating, the Nittany Lions can’t let the back-to-back gut punches cost them the season.

While we’re just halfway through the college season, it’s never too early to start thinking about the NFL Draft. Trent Dilfer explains how some of the top quarterbacks in the nation can move up from their projected draft position based on what has been going on in the NFL this season.

As we near the stretch run of the season, John McGonigal examines why two of Penn State’s most hypothetically potent offensive weapons have yet to make a major impact this season.

While Penn State’s shot at the College Football Playoffs is all but ended, there are still plenty of interesting scenarios that can play out, including the potential for two Big Ten teams to make it (no, unfortunately, Penn State is not one of them).

Outside of Happy Valley, Iowa State had quite the weekend. The Cyclones upset then-No. 6 West Virginia 30-14. Sacking Will Grier seven times still wasn’t the most awesome thing to come from that game.

Yahoo Sports went behind the numbers of the extraordinary halftime show to find out what it took to come up with such an idea.