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2019 Penn State Nittany Lions College Football Schedule

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    2019 Penn State Nittany Lions College Football Schedule


    Aug 31: vs. Idaho
    Sept. 7: vs. Buffalo
    Sept. 14: vs. Pitt
    Sept. 27: at Maryland
    Oct. 5: vs. Purdue
    Oct. 12: at Iowa
    Oct. 19: vs. Michigan
    Oct. 26: at Michigan State
    Nov. 9: at Minnesota
    Nov. 16: vs. Indiana
    Nov. 23: at Ohio State
    Nov. 30: vs. Rutgers
     



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    Defense is going to be NASTY good this year. Micah is going to blow up on national scene along with Yetur. Everyone counting our offense out because of Tommy leaving is going to be in for a big surprise with CLifford igniting our vertical passing game again and opening up more room for the RBs.

    My season tickets came in mail yesterday...LET'S GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I liked what I saw of Clifford earlier. Wasn't a lot but I liked it.
     
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    Only 1 more Saturday without PSU football!!! i am so pissed I have to miss the opener for a wedding. If it we3ren't a close relative of the fiance I would skip, but we spend a lot of time with them so I am stuck. Feel really good about this team, defense will be sick and deep, best one we have had in a long time. sounds like Walker has settled in as a starter at OT and could be special....he'll take some lumps early while gaining experience, but he is a monster and very athletic. Working against a top 10 pick every day in practice with Gross-Matos will only make him better. Thorpe and Miranda will bring that mean streak the OL has been lacking, especially Thorpe. Tons of playmakers on O, all comes down to 314 and #7 if god forbid Cliff gets hurt. I have confidence in both....different players, Cliff is more like Mcsorely with a better arm and a little less on the running side and Levis more like tommy with a huge arm, big body and good speed.