Drunk Sober High
The Nittany Lions are off to a perfect 3-0 start and are firing on all cylinders to start this season.
The EDM hit makers will return to Happy Valley September 29 after headlining the Nittany Block Party in 2015.
Villanova hardly stood a chance against Penn State's 17-goal performance.
The Nittany Lions finished last year with a disappointing 8-6 record, but plenty of returning talent has Jeff Tambroni's squad primed for an improvement.
McDaniel and Teniya Page combined for 40 points, but this combination couldn't stop a 29-point blowout.
Despite competition from other rookie running backs and Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, Saquon should run away with the award.
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