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Saturday marked this season's first hiccup for Penn State, but Christian Hackenberg tried to look on the bright side.
Mike Kern: Both Temple and Villanova improved to 3-1 with a victory on the road.
Mike Jensen: A noted scrambler, John Robertson is proving he can win with his arm, too.
Temple continued its streak of scoring either a defensive or special teams touchdown on Saturday.
Christian Hackenberg and Bill Belton yelled at each other on the sideline during the loss to Northwestern.
Mike Hull racked up a career-high 16 tackles during the Nittany Lions' loss to Northwestern.
Temple erupted in the third quarter, scoring 23 points against Connecticut to open play in the AAC with a 36-10 win.
Northwestern had a rude shock waiting for a festive Beaver Stadium homecoming crowd.
The Wildcats scored on its first five possessions and beat the Quakers, 41-7, Saturday at Franklin Field.
Jameis Winston threw for 365 yards and four touchdowns to help FSU rally from 17 down to beat the Wolfpack 56-41.
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