No. 4 Ohio State, undefeated through four games, is set to face No. 9 Penn State at 7:30 p.m. in University Park, Pa. About two hours before kickoff, the Buckeyes arrived at Beaver Stadium about two hours before kickoff, looking to knock off the 4-0 (1-0) Nittany Lions for the second year in a row.
The trip marks Ohio State’s first visit to Happy Valley since it fell to PSU, 24-21, on a late blocked field goal two years ago. The winner of the Ohio State-Penn State game has gone on to win the Big Ten each of the past two seasons (Ohio State last year; Penn State in 2017).
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I don’t buy the shoot-out theories. The Buckeyes know how McSorley operates pretty well from the last few years. The Buckeyes by 3 TDs!