For most of the third quarter, Penn State's "White Out at the White House" campaign in Washington D.C. wasn't doing too much to actually help on the field. Up only 17-14 at the half against Indiana, a team without a win in the Big Ten, the Lions needed a big play to change the momentum of the game.
I'd say a blocked punt return for a touchdown would qualify.
When you look around Beaver Stadium on a Saturday, you see signs such as "Blue Royster Cult" and the "Redd Zone." After Friday night, there may have to be one hanging in the Bryce Jordan Center that says the "Killer 'B' Hive."
After becoming undone in the second half against Ohio State last weekend, Penn State looks to rebound against a struggling Indiana team, which was demolished 83-20 last weekend in Wisconsin.