Penn State Football Morning Briefing: Minnesota Game Kick Set, Top Storylines for Michigan
The most recent Penn State football news links have been gathered from across the Internet.
With the non-conference portion of the schedule finished, Penn State now turns its attention to conference play. Next up is a tough Big Ten road battle with the Michigan Wolverines.
As for news, there are still plenty of recaps from last Saturday’s win over Temple. There are game grades and observations from that game, and PennLive discusses what was learned during the win.
Looking ahead to this week, there are several storylines for the Michigan game. Also, the Nittany Lions are heavy underdogs in the matchup.
Finally, the October 1 home game with Minnesota has been set for a 3:30 p.m. kickoff.
Check out the rest of the Penn State football news links below.
Penn State Football: Clash With Minnesota set for Late Afternoon (Leonard- Victory Bell Rings)
Penn State Football: Nittany Lions Double-Digit Underdogs at Michigan (Leonard- Victory Bell Rings)
Gameday Observations: Penn State-Temple (Abruzzese- Onward State)
Big Ten Power Rankings — Week 3 (Koerbler- Black Shoe Diaries)
Penn State Football: Taking Pry(de) In a Shorthanded Effort on Defense (Poorman- StateCollege.com)
Penn State vs. Temple Position Grades (Lunnen- Victory Bell Rings)
NCAA Ordered To Turn Over Sanction-Related Documents in Paterno Lawsuit (Abruzzese- Onward State)
Upon further review: what we learned from watching Penn State-Temple again (Pickel- PennLive)
MMQB: Can Penn State Pull Off an Upset in Big Ten Play? (Aydin- Black Shoe Diaries)
Ben State Football: With All The Rehash, Don’t Forget These Stories (Jones- StateCollege.com)
FOR THE FUTURE (09.19.16): HINES ENJOYS HIS VISIT, JETER SET TO ANNOUNCE (Polak- Roar Lions Roar)
Jim Harbaugh happy to change up Michigan defense to handle Penn State’s no-huddle attack (Jones- StateCollege.com)
Penn State on Twitter:
— the S zone (@the_S_zone) September 20, 2016
— DKPittsburghSports (@DKPghSports) September 19, 2016
#PennState‘s Trace McSorley on LB Brandon Smith: ‘There’s a reason why in practice everyone calls him Urlacher. Just always around the ball’
— Mark Wogenrich (@MarkWogenrich) September 17, 2016