No. 10 Penn State begins its 2018 Big Ten Conference schedule at Illinois. Here is how we see it:
The Nittany Lions' primary returners for kickoffs and punts each rank eighth in FBS and have shown they can come up with a big play at any time.
Hart averaged 15.1 points while helping lead Roman Catholic to last season's Catholic League championship.
Temple opens its AAC schedule Jan. 2 at Central Florida.
A graduate transfer from Rutgers, Hogan has started the first three games at defensive end.
The Owls defensive tackle had the performance of his career when Temple needed it the most.
The junior defensive tackle will be part of a Fighting Illini team seeking to upset 10th-ranked Penn State on Friday night.
The Nittany Lions travel to Illinois for Friday night's game, matching Franklin and the Fighting Illini's Lovie Smith, the Big Ten's only two African-American head coaches.
No. 10 Penn State told the Big Ten it didn't want to play on Friday nights at home but will have to play one at Illinois on Friday night.
Quarterback Frank Nutile, who was injured and missed Saturday's 35-12 win over Maryland, is likely to be a game-time decision, Collins said.
"Chip was once an offensive genius. I don't even know how this is possible."
The Fighting Illini have a solid rushing attack, a good kicking game and six interceptions as a team, but the Nittany Lions likely will be able to move the ball on offense.
The senior kicked two field goals and four extra points in the win over Bucknell.