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Postgame Link Dump: Indiana

Penn State (barely) got back to its winning ways on Saturday, here’s what the media had to say about it

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NCAA Football: Penn State at Indiana Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

While it wasn’t always the prettiest performance, Penn State did, in fact, come away as a 33-28 winner over Indiana yesterday.

Here’s what the rest of the PSU beat had to say about it...

PennLive’s Bob Flounders talks about the role backups and reserves played in preserving the narrow victory by the Nittany Lions.

Penn State safety Garrett Taylor was ejected in the second half on a dubious targeting call. He will miss the first half the next game against Iowa because of this. Head coach James Franklin and players Cam Brown and Nick Scott weighed in on the questionable call.

Over on the other side of the aisle, the IndyStar gave us three reasons why the Hoosiers were unsuccessful in their upset bid.

Lions247’s Tyler Donohue wrote about how Shaka Toney emulated his idol, Von Miller, en route to a monster four-sack performance to help put the game on ice.

Matt Filipovits, who writes for some other Penn State blog that must be new, gave his five postgame thoughts.

Greg Pickel of PennLive tells us why Penn State’s victory over Indiana is a sign of hope for fans, players and coaches going forward.