The show was full of energy, from guest speakers James Franklin and Ki-Jana Carter sharing analysis and picks, to the 82-year-old Lee Corso crowd surfing. Yes, you read that right.
The second-ranked Nittany Lions and the 19th-ranked Wolverines meet Saturday night in a Beaver Stadium "White Out."
It was a rough time last week for undefeated teams with five going down to defeat. It's hard to predict if any unbeatens will remain before the playoffs but Wisconsin seems to have a good shot.
Starting with the No. 19 Wolverines, the second-ranked Nittany Lions have three games the next three weeks against ranked opponents as they push for a berth in the College Football Playoff.
Michigan has been the nation's best defense this season, but the second-ranked Nittany Lions lead the nation in scoring defense and have 17 takeaways.
Philadelphias Shareef Miller, a defensive lineman, says last years "embarrassment" at Michigan is motivating Penn State.
ESPN's popular College GameDay program visits Happy Valley for the first time since 2009. Penn Sate coach James Franklin says his team has earned the visit.
Saquon Barkley's journey to Heiman Trophy leading candidate wasn't a familiar story about a can't-miss prodigy.
Paula O'Korn works at the Naked Egg and chats often with Gesicki, who goes there for breakfast.
The son of the former Eagles all-pro offensive tackle will come back east with the Wolverines for their "White Out" game against Penn State.
Saturday night's game at Penn State has Michigan needing to prove itself.
The Penn State coach worked alongside the Wolverines' Don Brown as a Maryland assistant.
The Nittany Lions must be solid on the offensive line to deal with the No. 1-ranked defense of Michigan on Saturday night, and their field goal unit must be better.
The do-everything running back of the second-ranked Nittany Lions must find ways to beat a Wolverines defense that has been one of the best in the nation this season.