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Penn State Drops to No. 16 In The AP Poll

Penn State dropped to No. 16 in the Associated Press poll today following another heartbreaking loss this weekend — this time at the hands of Michigan State in East Lansing.

Ohio State dropped to No. 11 after it received a beatdown this weekend in Kinnick against Iowa. After its win over Penn State, Michigan State rose to No. 13 in the poll.

Now with the College Football Playoff rankings out, the AP poll is all but a number at this point. It’ll be tough to scratch back into the conversation of being a top team at this point after two crucial conference losses.

The Nittany Lions will take on Rutgers this weekend looking to get back on track back in Beaver Stadium.

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Dylan Coughlin

Dylan is a senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism at Penn State. Growing up near Philadelphia, he's a life-long Philly sports fan who #TrustsTheProcess and thinks the Sixers will run the league in five years. You can follow him on Twitter @DCoughlin25 for some okay content or e-mail [email protected].

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