WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. --
1. Penn State's best drive of the game thus far come on its second possession of the second half. Daryll Clark hit Derrick Williams in the flat and the wide receiver had room to run 19 yards. Running back Evan Royster had back-to-back gains of 12 and 10 yards. And then Clark, on a third-and-17, hit wide receiver Deon Butler on a beautiful sideline pass and catch. Clark gave it the right touch and Butler managed to turn his body and drag a foot in bounds for a 23-yard gain. Royster scored on the next play from four yards out.
2. By now, it's plainly obvious that Purdue just doesn't have the man power to match with Penn State. The Lions look lethargic, but have more than enough on both sides to keep the Boilermakers at bay.
3. Stephfon Green gave Royster a spell and had two nice carries -- a 28- and 16-yarder -- but the Lions stalled and were forced to punt from Boilermakers territory for the second time in the game.