Penn State defeats Iowa in the rain

Herky the Hawk performs during game

Penn State Football: Week 8 Studs and Duds against Indiana

Hawkeyes' quarterback, junior Nathan Stanley, had a hot and cold day accumulating 205 yards on 18 completed passes, but also giving up two interceptions at untimely points in the game.

Miles Sanders #24 of the Penn State Nittany Lions runs the ball into the end zone for a one-yard touchdown in the first quarter of the game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium on October 20, 2018 in Bloomington, Indiana.

On fourth-and-10 with 7 seconds left, Penn State's pass rush swarmed Nate Stanley, who flipped backward to offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs. Iowa will travel to Purdue for a 3:30 game against the Boilermakers. Iowa built a 12-0 lead early in the game, but struggled to keep up with Penn State's scoring after that. Yes, there is still a tremendous amount of work still to be done, but as the team is starting to be confronted by the dreaded injury bug, new players are getting chances to show what they can do to help Penn State this season. A tough, gritty win against the Hawkeyes gives the Lions confidence for the last month of the season.

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"Trace has earned the right to tell us if he thinks he can go", Franklin said.

Iowa got to McSorley three times, with sacks coming from Anthony Nelson, Chauncey Golston, and Parker Hesse. Penn State gave up two safeties on punts (one blocked, one snap botched) before halftime, Iowa scored on a trick play in the first quarter, PSU quarterback Trace McSorley was injured in the second quarter (only to return after missing two series), Iowa had a clutch pick-six in the fourth quarter, and neither team averaged more than 4.9 yards per play. Iowa held him to just 45 yards on the ground (less than half of his usual rushing total). Before we look ahead to this week's opponent, the Iowa Hawkeyes, let's take a final look back at the Studs and Duds of Penn State against Indiana. The Hawkeye defense is the strongest staple on the team, and through eight games, it's been the one constant factor.

"I guess that's something that if there's any sort of secret out there, I guess that would be it - just investing in your body outside of practice and outside of everything that you're doing on the field". They've been putting good days on top of each other.

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