No. 10 Penn State Football Opens As A 31.5-Point Favorite Over Indiana

Penn State football is the favorite once again.

After a deflating 21-12 loss to the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Nittany Lions are no longer undefeated against the spread. The nine-point defeat fell outside the 4.5 points given to the Nittany Lions heading into the contest, dropping them to 6-1 against the spread this season.

Furthermore, the defensive-minded game kept scoring to an all-time low for Penn State, keeping the team from hitting the over for the third time during this year’s campaign.

This week, Penn State football returns to Beaver Stadium as it takes on the Indiana Hoosiers. FanDuel set the line at 31.5 points favoring the Nittany Lions as they aim to get back to their winning ways. The game also has an over-under set at 44.5 points.

So far this season, the Hoosiers are 3-4 against the spread, having yet to cover a single time away from their home stadium, while also holding an impressive 5-2 record playing the over-under.

Penn State is 8-2 overall in its last 10 matchups against the Hoosiers, however, it holds a 5-5 record against the spread in those games.

The game will kick off at noon in Beaver Stadium and will be broadcast on CBS.

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Brendan Wagner

Brendan is a Junior majoring in print and media journalism. Born in Pittsburgh, he now lives in Mooresville, North Carolina. As a die-hard Pittsburgh sports fan, you can find him on Twitter, @brchwags, often complaining about the Pittsburgh Steelers and probably Russell Wilson.

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