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Penn State Keeps Rolling: Rutgers Post-Game Link Dump

The Nittany Lions pick up yet another lopsided victory

NCAA Football: Penn State at Rutgers Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Kobe King and Kaytron Allen each continue to carve out impressive seasons.

Not a perfect day, but a pretty darn good one for the Nittany Lions as they cruise to another victory.

Penn State’s ability to keep rolling despite a slew of injuries is a testament to the depth that has been shining through when needed.

Penn State’s defense has been putting up staggering numbers at a historic rate in the 2022 season.

The Nittany Lions tandem of true freshmen backs have also made some history in 2022 - with signs of more greatness ahead.

The improved play of the linebackers has done wonders for a defense that is suddenly looking like one of the nation’s best.

Curtis Jacobs showed no signs of rust after missing last week’s victory over Maryland.

The Nittany Lions had to reshuffle their wide receiver lineup with top wideout Parker Washington out of action.

James Franklin addresses the media following Penn State’s 55-10 thumping of Rutgers.

The box score tells the story of another lopsided victory by the Nittany Lions.