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Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg prepares to unload a pass Saturday night at High Point Solutions Stadium. The sophomore threw for 95 yards in the fourth quarter and led the Nittany Lions on a six-play, 80-yard game-winning drive resulting in a touchdown with 1:13 left to seal Penn State's 13-10 comeback win.
Senior right tackle Taj Alexander said he is over the fact that Penn State did not recruit him early like Rutgers. Alexander said he wants to prove to the Big Ten that the Knights belong to the conference.
Courtesy of Leah Eder/ The Daily Collegian | Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg ranks fourth nationally with 386.5 passing yards per game. The 6-foot-4 sophomore is one of the most talented pro-style signal callers Rutgers has faced in recent memory.
Senior linebacker Kevin Snyder admits he thinks about how Penn State did not recruit him out of high school leading up to the game tonight, but said he has prepared as though it is just another opponent.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton is part of the line sophomore Julian Pinnix-Odrick joins in the Big Ten after missing 18 months with an ACL injury.
Sophomore right guard Chris Muller took overnight visits to Rutgers and Penn State the spring of 2011 before making a verbal commitment to the Knights. He said the fact Rutgers made the first offer and showed interest in him as a high school freshman was one of the determining factors.
Courtesy of Brianna Basile / The Daily Collegian | Penn State head coach James Franklin said the Nittany Lions have not changed their preparation for tomorrow’s game against new Big Ten foe, Rutgers.
Head coach Kyle Flood expects an atmosphere tomorrow comparable to the 2006 upset game against Louisville. The Penn State game is expected to reach stadium capacity.
Following two wins to start the 2014 Rutgers football season, it looks like head coach Kyle Flood has done enough to convince Rutgers Athletic Director Julie Hermann that he is the man to lead the Scarlet Knights for the foreseeable future.
Pennsylvania and New Jersey compete over a lot of things. Who has the better cheesesteaks is a popular topic of debate. Sheetz versus Wawa is another.
For all of Christian Hackenberg’s eye-popping numbers — namely 773 yards and a 65.1 completion percentage through two games — nothing is more telling of the Penn State quarterback’s prowess than what shows up on film.
It’s the game many Rutgers football fans and players have circled on their calendars since the 2014 football schedule was released back in May 2013.
As a young teenager, Julian Pinnix-Odrick couldn’t get enough of Penn State. Game after game, he made a living in Beaver Stadium cheering on his older half-brother, Jared Odrick, who starred as a defensive tackle with the Nittany Lions from 2006 to 2009 and now plays for the Miami Dolphins.
Junior running back Paul James leads the nation with six total touchdowns through two games this year. PSU’s fourth-ranked run defense figures to pose a threat.
Junior placekicker Kyle Federico has hit 11 out of his last 14 field goals dating back to last year. Federico said he is confident and comfortable moving forward.
If there’s any question of how much Paul James means to the Rutgers football team, consider this: The junior running back is on pace to set a school record with 39 touchdowns this season, and that’s if the Scarlet Knights don’t reach a bowl game.
When Rutgers football alumnus placekicker Jeremy Ito drilled a 28-yard game-winning field goal in 2006 in Rutgers’ upset of then-No. 3 Louisville, the whole stadium erupted and swarmed the field to celebrate the kick and the Scarlet Knights’ victory.
Defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said PSU plays to its strengths on offense.
Head coach Kyle Flood announced sophomore Justin Goodwin, questionable for Penn State with an upper body injury, will play running back this week if available.
Senior defensive end Dave Milewski said that Hackenberg is an elite player, and that pressure is crucial to the game plan.