grades and the game’s most valuable player for the Penn State football team.
Having defeated Indiana 24-0 on Saturday night at Beaver Stadium, Penn State Football now faces a formidable test next week against the Iowa Hawkeyes, who are also 5-0.
With 105,000 in attendance, the Nittany Lions got their comeuppance Saturday night with a 24-0 shutout victory over the Hoosiers to avenge last season’s sad setback.
In a workmanlike performance that led to a game that never felt in doubt, the score does not reflect how dominant Penn State Football was.
Penn State’s football team ran for 209 yards on the ground and passed for another 199 yards in the air to defeat Indiana by a margin of 408 yards to 264. Penn State Football’s ground game had been a source of debate all week, so this was encouraging to see.
The victory puts the teams in a head-to-head confrontation next week at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa,
where the winner will be ranked third versus fourth in the USA.
Following Penn State Football’s victory over Indiana, here are some game grades and an MVP to honor:
Penn State football defender Arnold Ebiketie of Penn State
Ebiketie proved on Saturday night why he is one of the best additions to the transfer portal in the country.
Although he had only three tackles to his name, Indiana defensive end Jack Tuttle was sacked and tackled for a loss by the defensive end in the second half. The fourth-down stand he helped lead in the first quarter after a Sean Clifford interception was a game-changer for the blue and white.
Like in Week 1, against Wisconsin,
he came upon special teams and blocked a field goal late in the second half once again. The extra point would have brought the Hoosiers within one score, making the final score 21-3.