For the Penn State Nittany Lions, there have been far too many instances over the past calendar year where things were taken out of their control and put in the hands of others. Today, the Nittany Lions went from controlling their own fate to relying on an outside source in a matter of seconds, and it played a big part in them losing a football game to the eighteenth ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers, 32-23.
Last night, Penn State Men's Basketball (@PennStateMBB) overcame 17 turnovers and 21 missed three-point attempts on its way to a 65-58 season opener win over the St. Francis (PA) Red Flash. Suffice to say, this game wasn't pretty at all, but the Nittany Lions showed promise in a few key areas, especially in getting to the free throw line.
Good morning from Lincoln, Nebraska. In a few hours, the Penn State Nittany Lions (6-3, 4-1) will take on the eighteen ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers (7-2, 4-1) in a Big Ten showdown at Memorial Stadium. The Cornhuskers are led by head coach Bo Pelini who is in his fifth year with the program. Bill O'Brien will be looking to remain undefeated in conference road games during his first season with the Nittany Lions.