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Postgame Link Dump: Penn State Trounces the Terps

As it turns out, turtles are not very scary.

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 27 Penn State at Maryland

Friday night’s highly anticipated showdown between Penn State and Maryland turned into a blowout quickly as the Nittany Lions racked up 59 points in a shutout.

Below, we’ve gathered a collection of what both local and national media members had to say of the shellacking. (Get it, SHELLacking. Because they’re turtles?!)

First, from the Terps point of view, Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun called the game a recurring nightmare.

According to PennLIVE’s Bob Flounders, the Nittany Lions made the Dean’s List for their impressive performance, nearly earning straight-A’s. They also received high marks from Ben Jones after an overall outstanding performance.

After a dynamic performance, Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford took the time to speak with Mitch Gerber of GoPSUSports about just what the Nittany Lions did right.

Our own Dylan Callaghan-Croley gives his weekly three takeaways from what was Penn State’s best performance thus far.

Over at Victory Bell Rings, Justin Grasso names his three standout performers for the Nittany Lions in the victory.

Everyone is impressed with KJ Hamler, who has quickly turned into one of the best playmakers you’ll find anywhere in the nation.

Penn State’s offense obviously made the most of its first of two bye weeks.

The Nittany Lions proved they may be a force to be reckoned with in the Big Ten this season.

The top plays from a highlight-filled night for the Nittany Lions.

Micah Parsons missed most of the game for an early targeting penalty, but the sophomore linebacker still remained involved as he cheered on his teammates.