Nobody had planned on this being the game of the day, but circumstances are like that. One thing the storylines couldn't change is the fact that this is still very much a Penn St. Nittany Lions game. By that I mean it's scoreless after a quarter.
PSU and the Nebraska Cornhuskers have managed five first downs apiece, so movement is being made, but the only real scoring opportunity was a missed Nittany Lions field goal. Silas Redd is your statistical marvel so far, rushing for 32 yards on six carries, including a 14-yard long.
Penn State does have an uncharacteristic 107 yards early on, so the scoreboard might not remain static for long.
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