Ohio State's season started off rough, but through defeating Boston College and Cornell it proved worthy adversary. Considering Penn State hadn't played a game on another team's home ice since November 22 in Alaska, it felt the Roar Zone's absence hard. The perfect storm set Penn State up for a game of almosts, and a game that could've been a tie ended in a 5-1 loss.
The top ranked Penn State wrestling team remained unbeaten in its rout of Illinois on Saturday afternoon. The Nittany Lions recorded three falls and won 30-15.
Teniya Page led the way with 27 total points -- 17 of which came in the second half -- to take down Illinois 65-56.
With so much snow accumulation on such short notice, James Franklin's end-of-year press-conference became call-in only, but gave media members a unique opportunity to answer a slate of burning questions regarding a variety of different topics.
Logic gave Penn State one hell of a show in Alumni Hall before taking 'The Incredible True Story' on tour in February.