Penn State wins on last play at Iowa. Plus local weekend roundup of Villanova and Penn and of course Fraud Five and Top 10.
Saquon Barkley accounted for a career-high 211 rushing yards and a program record 358 all-purpose yards.
Trace McSorley and Juwan Johnson sealed the deal with a 7-yard scoring pass on the game's final play against Iowa.
The fourth-ranked Nittany Lions dominated on offense all night, getting 211 rushing yards and 358 all-purpose yards from Saquon Barkley, but needed the last play of the game to defeat the Hawkeyes
Andrew Nelson had not started since the middle of last season, suffering a knee injury that knocked him out of the last eight games of last season and the 2017 season opener.
The bar is set so high in Baffert World that a second in Saturday's $1 million Cotillion and an overwhelming win in the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby could be considered a bit of a disappointment.
Penn scores 65 in an 18-point win at Lehigh to improve to 2-0 for first time in 13 years.
Heading to the Bluegrass state with a surprising best bet.
The Penn State coach isn't leaving anything to chance when it comes to the Lions' Big Ten opener.
In losses against Notre Dame and USF, Temple has allowed 734 rushing yards and nine touchdowns.
The Owls had six turnovers through three quarters against nationally ranked South Florida.
Penn's football team travels to 0-3 Lehigh on Saturday afternoon. The Quakers have lost this matchup by 21 points each of the last two years.
Villanova tight end, a former walk on, has become a prime weapon for a team that's ranked seventh in FCS heading into Saturday night's CAA opener at Albany.
James Franklin believes his team will handle its conference opener better this time around.