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Penn State is undefeated, but poor offensive line play has seemingly hamstrung the offense.
James Franklin knows it takes time to develop a cohesive offensive line, powerful running game and team depth.
Jameis Winston has been benched for part of Saturday's game after making "offensive and vulgar" comments.
DaeSean Hamilton's freshman year was filled with rehab, "mental reps" and counseling.
Conner Scott is a big target who carries high expectations for a young Penn football team.
Two key injured Temple football players are aiming to return in the Oct. 11 game against Tulsa.
Although there was no game on the schedule last week for Temple, little changed about their preparation.
Christian Hackenberg has passed for 1,082 yards, sixth in FBS, during Penn State's 3-0 start.
Rutgers University is apologizing for offensive signs and shirts referencing the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
For some Penn State players, coming home to the Garden State and winning could not have been sweeter.
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