Nittany Lion Review – Game 4, 2009 – Iowa 21, Penn State 10

September 28, 2009

GameReview2009-04IowaPenn State dropped their first game of the 2009 season Saturday night in front of 109,000+ fans at a cold, wet a dreary Beaver Stadium. For the second straight year, the Iowa Hawkeyes handed the Nittany Lions their first loss of the season, this time by a 21-10 score that as a whole, is a very misleading margin.

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Nittany Lion Preview – Game 4, 2009 – vs. Iowa

September 24, 2009

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Nittany Lion Review – Game 3, 2009 – Penn State 31, Temple 6

September 21, 2009

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Penn State improved to 3-0 on the 2009 season by beating Temple 31-6 on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium. The win leaves them as one of five Big Ten teams sill unbeaten for the season and sets up a prime-time showdown with fellow unbeaten Iowa this coming week.

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Nittany Lion Preview – Game 3, 2009 – vs. Temple

September 17, 2009

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Nittany Lion Review – Game 2, 2009 – Penn State 28, Syracuse 7

September 14, 2009

GameReview2009-02SyracuseFor the second time in as many games this year, the defensive dominance of Penn State carried the team to a victory. The Lions beat Syracuse 28-7 on Saturday at Beaver Stadium. The win moves the Lions to 2-0 on the season, despite being 0-2 against the betting lines. More on the game after the jump…

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Nittany Lion Preview – Game 2, 2009 – vs. Syracuse

September 10, 2009

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Nittany Lion Review – Game 1, 2009 – Penn State 31, Akron 7

September 8, 2009

GameReview2009-01Akron

Penn State made their 2009 season debut with a 31-7 victory over MAC opponent Akron in from of over 104,000 sun-drenched fans in Happy Valley last Saturday. With the win, Penn State moves to 1-0 on the season and will next host rival Syracuse on Saturday at noon. The game can be seen on the Big Ten Network. More on the game and the weekend that was in college football, after the jump…

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