Penn State was inconsistent throughout its 100th and final scheduled meeting with the Pitt Panthers.
The Nittany Lions held their No. 13 ranking in the AP Top 25 poll after beating Pitt 17-10 on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium.
Fowler, who was in town to call Penn State's game against Pitt, wasn't short on praise for Beaver Stadium throughout the weekend.
The 6'3", 245-pound star of a linebacker used an emotional, passionate performance to register a Penn State-leading nine tackles against the Panthers.
The Nittany Lions and Panthers concluded their series with a tightly-contested defensive battle, lots of physical play, and a head-scratching decision by Pitt's head coach with his team on the Penn State 1-yard line.
Severe thunderstorms in and around Centre County have delayed the start of the Nittany Lions and Panthers' 100th meeting.
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