September 27, 2010

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GAME #5
Penn State (3-1, 0-0) Iowa (3-1, 0-0)
When: Saturday, October 2, 2010 Where: Kinnick Stadium (70,585) Kickoff: 7:06 p.m. CT/8:06 p.m. ET Attendance: 70,585 Series Record: Tied, 11-11 PSU Captains: WR Brett Brackett, DT Ollie Ogbu TELEVISION: ESPN will nationally televise the contest with Mark Jones and Bob Davie calling the action. The Nittany Lions are appearing on television for the 195th time in their last 197 games.

THIS WEEK
Penn State opens its 18th season of Big Ten competition, visiting Iowa in a nationally-televised primetime clash. The teams are playing their conference opener against each other for the second consecutive year and third time overall. The Nittany Lions are coming off a 22-13 win over previously unbeaten Temple, while the Hawkeyes beat Ball State, 45-0, last Saturday .

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LIONS HALT TEMPLE
Evan Royster ran for a career-high 187 yards, Collin Wagner tied the school record with five field goals and Penn State held Temple scoreless in the final three quarters to record a hard-fought 22-13 win in Beaver Stadium on Saturday. Penn State posted season-highs with 216 rushing yards and 439 yards of total offense. The Nittany Lions limited the Owls to 202 yards, a season-best for fewest yards allowed, and forced a season-high four turnovers.

Wagner became the fourth Nittany Lion to kick five field goals in a game and first since Travis Forney vs. Michigan State in 1998. He earned Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week. On the first play from scrimmage, Royster ripped off a 50-yard run, the longest rush by Penn State this season. He eclipsed his previous high of 174 yards vs. Michigan in 2008. The Nittany Lions improved to 13-0 when Royster gains at least 100 yards. . Temple gained 131 yards in the first half, but was limited to just 71 yards in the second half by the Nittany Lions. The Owls were held to just eight first downs in the game. Safety Nick Sukay grabbed his second and third interceptions of the season. Linebacker Michael Mauti recorded a career-best tying seven tackles and LB Chris Colansanti also had seven. Linebacker Nate Stupar also made seven tackles, including a sack. He made the game’s biggest play by grabbing an interception late in the third quarter and returning it 31 yards to the Temple 12 to set-up Wagner’s go-ahead field goal.

RADIO: Penn State Sports Network (60 stations)
Radio Team (11th year) Play-by-Play: Steve Jones; Analysis: Jack Ham Web stream: www.GoPSUsports.com Hawkeye Radio Network (Gary Dolphin, play-by- play; Ed Podolak, analysis; Rob Brooks, sideline). Sports USA Radio Network (Rich Cellini, Gary Barnett) Sirius 90, XM 196

PENN STATE SCHEDULE
2010 SCHEDULE & RESULTS (ALL TIMES ET)
Overall: 3-1; Big Ten: 0-0; Home: 3-0; Away: 0-1
Date 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 Opponent (rank) YOUNGSTOWN STATE at Alabama (1) KENT STATE TEMPLE at Iowa ILLINOIS at Minnesota MICHIGAN NORTHWESTERN at Ohio State vs. Indiana (FedEx Field) MICHIGAN STATE Time/Score 44-14 3-24 24-0 22-13 8:00 12:00 TBA 8:00 TBA TBA TBA TBA TV Attend. BTN 101,213 ESPN 101,821 ESPN2 100,610 BTN 104,840 ESPN ESPN/ESPN2 ABC/ESPN

STATISTICAL LEADERS
RUSHING
Evan Royster... . . . . . . .57 att., 297 yds, 1 TD, 5.2 avg. Stephfon Green . . . .33 att., 119 yds, 1 TD, 3.6 avg.

PASSING
Rob Bolden . . . . . . . . . .68 of 113, 823 yds, 3 TD, 5 Int.

RECEIVING
Derek Moye . . . . . . . .15 rec., 244 yds, 0 TD, 16.3 avg. Brett Brackett. . . . . . .15 rec.,194 yds, 2 TD, 12.9 avg. Devon Smith . . . . .11 rec., 137 yds, 1 TD, 12.5 avg.

COACHES: JOE PATERNO
Penn State Record . . . . . .397-130-3 (75.1), 45th Year Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Same vs. Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-10 61st year on Penn State staff...all-time leader in career wins among FBS (1-A) coaches...300 wins faster than any coach in NCAA history...College Football Hall of Fame inductee in 2007.

SCORING
Collin Wagner . . . . . . . . .10-12 FG, 8-8 PAT, 38 pts

TACKLES
Chris Colasanti . . . . . .10 (s), 24 (a),34 tot, 1.0 TFL Michael Mauti . . . . . . . .9 (s),16 (a), 25 tot., 0.5 TFL Bani Gbadyu . . . . . . . .9 (s), 12 (a), 21 tot., 1.0 TFL

IOWA SCHEDULE
2010 SCHEDULE & RESULTS
Overall: 3-1; Big Ten: 0-0; Home: 3-0; Away: 0-1
Date 9/4 9/9 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/23 Opponent EASTERN ILLINOIS IOWA STATE at Arizona BALL STATE PENN STATE at Michigan WISCONSIN MICHIGAN STATE at Indiana at Northwestern OHIO STATE at Minnesota Time/Score 37-7 35-7 27-34 45-0 7:00 CT

KIRK FERENTZ
Iowa Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84-56, 12th Year Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96-77, 15th Year vs. Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2

STATISTICAL LEADERS
RUSHING
Adam Robinson . . . . . . . . . . .70 att., 385 yds, 6 TD Jewel Hampton (Inj) . . . . . . . .27 att, 114 yds, 2 TD

THE SERIES: The Nittany Lions and Hawkeyes are
meeting for the 23rd time, with the series deadlocked at 1111. The visiting team has won 14 of the 22 series games, including last year, when Iowa rallied to win 2110 in Beaver Stadium. The Hawkeyes won, 24-23, in 2008 in Iowa City. (See page 3 for more series information)

PASSING
Ricky Stanzi . . . . . . . . .66 of 99, 999 yds, 9 TD, 1 INT

RECEIVING
D. Johnson-Koulianos . . . . . .17 rec., 270 yds, 3 TD Allen Reisner . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 rec., 185 yds, 1 TD Marvin McNutt . . . . . . . . . . . .10 rec., 182 yds, 2 TD

SCORING
Adam Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 TD, 36 pts

TACKLES
Jeff Tarpinian . . . . . . . .12 (s), 20 (a), 32 tot., 2.5 TFL, Jeremha Hunter . . . . . . . .4 (s), 17 (a), 21 tot., 2 fmb rec Tyler Sash . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 (s), 13 (a), 19 tot., 12 PBU

PENN STATE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VS. IOWA, OCT. 2, 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG. 2

PENN STATE
Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Pennsylvania State University Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Park, Pa. 16802 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44,112 . . . . . . . .(37,988 undergraduate) at University Park Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nittany Lions Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue & White Stadium (Capacity) . . . . . . . . . Beaver Stadium (107,282) Stadium Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natural Grass Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Graham Spanier Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Curley Head Football Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Paterno Assoc. AD for Football Administration . . . . . . . . Fran Ganter Director of Football Operations . . . . . . . . . Tom Venturino Football Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 865-0412

IOWA GAME NOTES
124TH SEASON OF GRIDIRON EXCELLENCE; ONE OF SEVEN WITH 800 WINS
Penn State is in its 124th season of intercollegiate football and owns an 814-352-42 record, to rank sixth nationally in all-time victories. Penn State became just the sixth school in the nation to win 800 games with its victory over Michigan State in 2008 and is joined by: Michigan (881), Texas (848), Notre Dame (838), Nebraska (831) and Ohio State (823) in the 800-win club. Oklahoma (803) became the seventh school with 800 wins with its Sept. 4, 2010 win. 10th time in 18 years and will open conference action on the road in 2011 (at Indiana) and 2012 (at Illinois). The Nittany Lions are 4-5 in Big Ten openers on the road, with wins at Minnesota (1994), Wisconsin (1996), Illinois (1997) and Northwestern (2005) and losses at Ohio State (1998, 2000 and 2006), Wisconsin (2004) and Michigan (2007). This will be the Big Ten’s 115th season to determine a football champion.

LIONS SEEK RETURN TO ROAD SUCCESS
The Nittany Lions have an 8-2 record on the road the past three seasons, despite falling at No. 1 Alabama the second week of this season. Penn State was 4-0 on the road in Big Ten play last season, joining the 12-0 1994 squad as the only teams to go 4-0 in conference games away from Beaver Stadium. Penn State was 4-1 on the road in 2008, going 3-1 in Big Ten games and winning at Syracuse.

IN TOP 10 FOR WINS OVER LAST FIVE SEASONS
Since the start of the 2005 season, the Nittany Lions are 54-14 (79.4), tied for No. 7 in the nation in winning percentage over the past five-plus seasons (with West Virginia). The Nittany Lions have won 56 of their past 70 games overall (80.0 pct.) dating to the final two games of the 2004 season. Ohio State is the only Big Ten team with a better record than Penn State over the past 70 contests. Penn State earned back-to-back 10-win seasons for the first time since 1993 (10-2) and 1994 (12-0) with its 112 marks in 2008 and ’09.

HISTORY
First Year of Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1887 All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . 814-352-42, 124th season; sixth in victories. All-Time Bowl Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-13-2 (66.7); tied for first in bowl winning percentage; third in bowl wins. Years in Post-Season Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41; eighth in all-time bowl appearances

NITS AT NIGHT
The Nittany Lions are playing three regular season night games this year for the second time in three years. Penn State has won four of its last six night games. Penn State is playing at least one regular season night game for the 11th consecutive season. Penn State has a 35-22 overall record in night games, going 7-7 at home, 17-8 on the road, 1-1 at regular season neutral sites and 10-6 in bowl games. The Lions' night games over the past 10 seasons are: Alabama (2010); Iowa (2009); Illinois, Wisconsin and Ohio State (2008); Notre Dame, Ohio State and Texas A&M (2007), Michigan (2006), Illinois, Ohio State and Florida State (2005), Minnesota and Boston College (2004), Nebraska (2002 and '03), Miami (Fla.) (2001) and Indiana (2000).

ASSISTANT COACHES
Dick Anderson (Penn State ‘63) — 33rd season Offensive Line (Guards & Centers) Tom Bradley (Penn State ‘79) — 32nd season In charge of Defense/Cornerbacks Galen Hall (Penn State ‘63) — 7th season In charge of Offense/Running Backs Larry Johnson (Elizabeth City St. ‘73) —15th season Defensive Line Bill Kenney (Norwich ‘82) — 23rd season Offensive Tackles/Tight Ends Mike McQueary (Penn State ‘97) — 7th season Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator Kermit Buggs (Norfolk State ‘95) — 3rd season Safeties Jay Paterno (Penn State ‘90) — 16th season Quarterbacks Ron Vanderlinden (Albion ‘79) — 10th season Linebackers Bill Kavanaugh & Elijah Robinson — Grad. Assts.

IN THE POLLS
Penn State is ranked No. 22 in the Associated Press poll and No. 20 in the USA Today Coaches poll. The Nittany Lions earned their 23rd Top 10 finish in the polls under Joe Paterno last season.

FIRST TEAM TO VISIT 3 BCS WINNERS
Penn State will be the first squad to play three road games against winners of a Bowl Championship Series game from the previous season. The Nittany Lions visit Alabama (BCS National Champions), Iowa (FedEx Orange) and Ohio State (Rose) this fall. The Nittany Lions join Kentucky (2007) and Auburn (2008) as the only teams to play three winners of a BCS game from the previous season (regular season games only). The BCS started during the 1998 season.

PATERNO JOINS ELITE GROUP WITH 150TH BIG TEN VICTORY
Penn State’s win over Temple made Joe Paterno just the fifth coach in Big Ten history to win at least 150 games at one institution. The Nittany Lions are 150-63 since joining the Big Ten in 1993:

BIG TEN OPENERS

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Associate AD, Business Relations & Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Greg Myford Assistant AD for Communications/ Football Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jeff Nelson Secondary Football Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... Brian Siegrist, Assistant Director of Athletic Comm. John Regenfuss, Assistant Director of Athletic Comm. Dir. of Comm. & Branding for FB . . . . . . . . .Guido D’Elia Assoc. Director of Athletic Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephanie Petulla Asst. Directors of Athletic Communications . . .Susan Bedsworth, Pat Donghia, Kristina Petersen Athletic Comm. Assts.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jeremy Fallisr GoPSUsports.com Media Specialist. . . . . .Tony Mancuso AC Admin. Assts. . . . . . . . ..Shirley Irvin, Maggie Redden Athletic Communications Phone . . . . . . . (814) 865-1757 Athletic Communications Fax . . . . . . . . . (814) 863-3165 Athletic Communications Address . . . . . . . 101-D Bryce . . . . . . . .Jordan Center, University Park, Pa. 16802

The Nittany Lions are opening their 18th season of Big Ten Conference competition. Penn State has a 7-10 record in Big Ten opening games. The Nittany Lions won their 2008 conference opener over Illinois, 38-24, but lost last year to Iowa, 21-10. The Nittany Lions and Hawkeyes are meeting in the conference opener for the third time. Iowa captured a 42-35 overtime win on Sept. 28, 2002 in Beaver Stadium. Penn State is opening Big Ten play on the road for the

INJURY REPORT
RB Brandon Beachum (knee) - doubtful WR Curtis Drake (leg) - out T Lou Eliades (knee) - out LB Gerald Hodges (leg) - out TE Andrew Szczerba (back) - out

STATISTICAL COMPARISON
OFFENSE
Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Iowa 159.2 . . . . . . . . .Rushing/Game . . . . . . . . .184.8 4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . .Rushing/Att. . . . . . . . . . . . .4.6 70-118-6 . . . . . . . . .Passing . . . . . . . . .71-108-1 209.5 . . . . . . . . .Passing/Game . . . . . . . . .261.0 368.8 . . . . . . . . . . .Total/Game . . . . . . . . . .445.8 5.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Total/Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.7 23.2 . . . . . . . . . . .Scoring/Game . . . . . . . . . .36.0 - 0.50 . . . . . . . . .Turnover Margin . . . . . . + 1.00

DEFENSE
Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Iowa 117.2 . . . . . . . . .Rushing/Game . . . . . . . . . .65.5 3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . .Rushing/Att. . . . . . . . . . . . .2.4 64-105-5 . . . . . . . . .Passing . . . . . . . . .69-122-5 158.5 . . . . . . . . .Passing/Game . . . . . . . . .162.0 275.8 . . . . . . . . . . .Total/Game . . . . . . . . . .227.5 4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Total/Att. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.9 12.8 . . . . . . . . . .Scoring/Game . . . . . . . . . .12.0

PENN STATE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VS. IOWA, OCT. 2, 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG. 3
Woody Hayes, Ohio State Amos Alonzo Stagg, Chicago Bo Schembechler, Michigan Fielding Yost, Michigan Joe Paterno, Penn State Hayden Fry, Iowa 205 199 194 165 150 (active) 143 the 2006 season, Penn State has registered six shutouts. Penn State has recorded at least one shutout in 27 of Paterno’s 45 seasons as head coach.

SERIES NOTES
Series History: 23rd meeting. Tied, 11-11 Series Streak: Iowa-2 Last Game: Sept. 26, 2009: Iowa 21, PSU 10 Last PSU Win: Oct. 6, 2007: PSU 27, Iowa 7 Next Game: Oct. 8, 2011 in State College

BOUNCING BACK
Penn State is 12-1 in its next game after a loss since the start of the 2005 season. The Nittany Lions are 13-1 after a loss if the 2009 season opening win over Akron is included.

LIONS EARN 500TH WIN WITH PATERNO ON STAFF
The 24-0 blanking of Kent State was Penn State’s 500th victory since Joe Paterno joined the coaching staff in 1950. In his 61st year on the Penn State coaching staff, Paterno has seen the Nittany Lions compile a 501-178-7 (73.5) record since he arrived in State College. The Nittany Lions’ own the nation’s No. 3 winning percentage since 1950. Paterno followed his coach at Brown University, Rip Engle, to Penn State as he was completing his degree at Brown. Engle compiled a 104-48-4 record from 1950-65, with Paterno being named head coach on February 19, 1966.

“GREAT SHOW” = GREAT RESULTS
The Nittany Lions have won 36 of their last 40 (90.0 pct.) games in Beaver Stadium, dating to a 37-13 win over Michigan State on Senior Day on Nov. 20, 2004. The only setbacks over the past 40 home games have come to No. 4 Michigan in 2006, No. 1 Ohio State in 2007, Iowa in 2009 and No. 15 Ohio State in 2009. Penn State at home the past five seasons: 2005 (7-0), 2006 (6-1), 2007 (6-1), 2008 (7-0), 2009 (6-2), 2010 (3-0). Penn State has a 245-59 record (80.6) in Beaver Stadium since the facility was erected in 1960, including 15 unbeaten seasons. The Nittany Lions have earned a 22041 (84.3) home record under Joe Paterno since he became head coach in 1966, including 14 undefeated seasons.

Best Rushing Performances
Lydell Mitchell, PSU, 29 for 211, 1971 Fred Russell, I, 36 for 148, 2003

Best Passing Performances
Zack Mills, PSU, 23 for 44, 399 yds, 2002 Rashard Casey, PSU, 27 for 51, 302 yds, 1995 Matt Sherman, I, 21 for 28, 374 yds, 1995

Best Receiving Performances
Bryant Johnson, PSU, 8 for 146, 2002 Bobby Engram, PSU, 7 for 150, 1995 Scott Slutzker, I, 8 for 167, 1995 Kahlil Hill, I, 9 for 60, 2000

LIONS OWN NATION’S THIRD-BEST MARK SINCE 1950
It should come as no surprise that Penn State has the nation’s third-best record since Joe Paterno joined the coaching staff in 1950. Ohio State is the leader with a 501-154-15 mark (75.7), followed by Oklahoma (523-164-12, 75.5), Penn State (501-178-7, 73.5), Nebraska (511-188-9, 72.7) and Texas (498-189-10, 72.1).

Paterno Teams vs. Big Ten: 95-55, all-time; 86-50
since starting conference play in 1993 .

50 YEARS IN BEAVER STADIUM
The 2010 campaign marks the 50th anniversary of the Nittany Lions moving into Beaver Stadium. Constructed prior to the 1960 season, the Nittany Lions’ first game in the facility was a 20-0 win over Boston University on Sept. 17, 1960 in front of 22,559. The stadium has been expanded seven times since Joe Paterno became head coach in 1966, from 46,284 to 107,282. Penn State owns a superlative 245-59 (80.6) record in the nation’s second-largest facility, having won 36 of its last 40 home games.

Paterno Teams in Big Ten road games: 39-29
(since 1993)

Paterno Teams In October: 135-41 since 1966, a
winning percentage of 76.7. Rankings: Penn State is No. 20 in the USA Today Coaches poll and No. 22 in the Associated Press poll. Iowa is No. 17 in the AP poll and No. 18 in Coaches poll.

NITTANY LIONS DELIVER 41ST SHUTOUT UNDER PATERNO
Penn State’s 24-0 win over Ken State was its 41st shutout under Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno. The Nittany Lions’ last shutout was a 20-0 win over Minnesota on Homecoming in 2009. Since the start of

PENN STATE VS IOWA SERIES
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TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
Player Interviews: Selected players will be available via teleconference for interviews. For information, please contact Shirley Irvin at PSU Athletic Communications (ski1@psu.edu; 814865-1757).

Updated cumulative stats: Available by 12:00 p.m. Posted to official Athletics website: www.GoPSUsports.com

MONDAY
Penn State Weekly Release: Available by 10:00 p.m. Posted to: www.GoPSUsports.com

THURSDAY “PENN STATE FOOTBALL SHOW”
Weekly radio show The radio call-in show, featuring Joe Paterno, assistant coaches and squad members will air on the Penn State Sports Network on Thursday, Sept. 30 from 6:05 to 7:00 p.m. (ET). The number to call to ask a question is 1-800-52LIONS. Questions also can be submitted in advance at: www.GoPSUsports.com The Tuesday teleconference, Penn State Football Show and game radio broadcasts are available at: www.GoPSUsports.com

TUESDAY
Big Ten Teleconference: Head coach Joe Paterno will be available as part of the Big Ten weekly teleconference at: 1:20 p.m. (ET)

Penn State weekly press conference:
Joe Paterno and two Penn State players will be available for questions in person and via telephone on Tuesday, Sept. 28. To participate please contact the Athletic Communications Office at 814-865-1757. Joe Paterno at 12:30 p.m. (ET) Penn State players at 1:00 p.m. (ET) Please contact Athletic Communications for FTP information for video from the press conference

SATURDAY Post-Game
Joe Paterno and selected players will be available immediately following the game. Please contact Athletic Communications for FTP information for video from the press conference

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RECORD WHEN
Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Day Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Night Games (6 p.m. or later) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 TV Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 ABC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 ESPN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 ESPN2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 BTN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Scoring First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Opponent Scoring First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Leading at the Half . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Trailing at the Half . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Tied at the Half . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Leading after Third Qt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Trailing after Third Qt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Tied after Third Qt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Overtime Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Scoring less than 20 pts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Scoring 20+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Scoring 30+ Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Scoring 40+ Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Allowing 10 points or less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Allowing 20 points or less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Allowing 21+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Allowing 30+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Rushing for less than 100 yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Rushing for over 100 yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Rushing for 200+ yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Rushing for 300+ yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Passing for less than 200 yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Passing for 200 + yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 Passing for 300+ yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Totaling less than 300 yds total offense . . . . . . . .0-1 300+ yds of total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 400+ yds of total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 500+ yds of total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Allowing less than 100 yds rushing . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 Allowing more than 100 yds rushing . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Allowing less than 300 yds total offense . . . . . . .3-0 Allowing 300+ yds total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 Having a 100-yd rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 Having two 100-yd rushers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Not having a 100-yd rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Opp. has a 100-yd rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 No turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 Less than 3 turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 3+ turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 No takeaways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 1 or more takeaways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 3 or more takeaways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 More than 30:00 of possession . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 Less than 30:00 of possession . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0

ELIADES TO MISS REST OF SEASON WITH KNEE INJURY
Starting offensive tackle Lou Eliades (Ocean, N.J.) will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a serious knee injury in Saturday's victory over Temple. A fifth-year senior, Eliades tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the third quarter, according to Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli, Penn State Director of Athletic Medicine. Eliades will have surgery within the next two weeks and rehabilitation will take a minimum of nine months, according to Sebastianelli. Eliades had started all 17 games on the offensive line the past two seasons. Last year, he started all 13 games at right guard, helping Daryll Clark throw for a school record 3,003 yards and Evan Royster eclipse 1,000 rushing yards, as Penn State went 11-2 and earned another Top 10 finish. This past spring, Eliades returned to right tackle and has helped the Nittany Lions to a 3-1 start entering Big Ten play. In the 22-13 win over Temple, the former Ocean Township High School standout helped the Nittany Lions set season-highs with 216 yards rushing and 439 yards of total offense. Eliades earned his degree in kinesiology in August.

NATION’S TOP RECORDS
1. Boise State . . . . . . . . . . . .61-8 . . ..884 2. Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61-9 . . ..871 3. Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61-10 . . ..859 4. USC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59-10 . . ..855 5. Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . .58-10 . . ..853 6. TCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57-11 . . ..838 7. PENN STATE . . . . . . . . .54-14 . . ..794 8. West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . 54-14 . . ..794 9. LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55-15 . . ..785 10. Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . .54-17 . . ..760 Virginia Tech . . . . . . . . . . 54-17 . . ..760 12. BYU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50-18 . . ..735
Michigan in 2008.

Since 2005

BOLDEN SETS ANOTHER MARK
In the 24-0 win over Kent State, Rob Bolden became the first Penn State true freshman quarterback with multiple 200-yard passing games in the program’s 124-year history. He was 17 of 27 for 217 yards, earning his second 200-yard passing game of the season. Bolden threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Devon Smith and ran for a one-yard score, the first of his career, to give the Lions a 7-0 first quarter lead. Bolden added his third 200-yard effort vs. Temple, going 18 of 28 for 223 yards. with no touchdowns or interceptions. In the season opening win over Youngstown State, Bolden delivered the best passing game by a Penn State true freshman starting quarterback with his 20 of 29 effort for 239 yards and two touchdowns.

WAGNER NAMED BIG TEN SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Senior placekicker Collin Wagner (State College) was selected Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week after connecting on a school record-tying five field goals to help lift Penn State past Temple last Saturday. Wagner earns his first career conference honor. He is the second Nittany Lion recognized by the Big Ten this season. Quarterback Rob Bolden (Orchard Lake, Mich.) was named co-Freshman of the Week for the Youngstown State game. Wagner connected on five of six field goal attempts, scoring Penn State’s first 15 points in the 22-13 win over the previously undefeated Owls. He became the fourth kicker in school history to make five field goals in a game, joining: Travis Forney vs. Michigan State in 1998, Massimo Manca vs. Notre Dame in 1985 and Brian Franco at Nebraska in 1981. The former State College Area High School standout’s previous career-high was four field goals, including the game-winner in the final minute, in Penn State’s 19-17 win over LSU in the 2010 Capital One Bowl. Wagner’s six field goal attempts also tied the school record for field goal attempts in a game. Forney attempted six treys against Michigan State in 1998 and Manca attempted six at West Virginia in 1986. Wagner made field goals of 45, 32, 42, 32 and 21 yards against Temple. His 21-yarder with 1:38 left in the third quarter gave Penn State a 15-13 lead. Wagner is second Big Ten kicker to make five field goals this year, joining Ohio State's Devin Barclay (vs. Miami). The five field goals by both players are tied for second-most in Big Ten history with numerous other kickers. For the season, Wagner leads the Big Ten and is tied for No. 2 in the nation in field goals, having made 10 of 12 attempts, for an average of 2.5 FGM per game. He and Troy’s Michael Taylor are the only players in the nation that have made at least 10 field goals this season. Wagner is third in the Big Ten (25th in nation) in overall scoring with 38 points (9.50 ppg), having made 10 field goals and all eight of his PAT attempts. He is second in the conference in kick scoring, trailing only Barclay. Wagner has connected on 5 of 6 field attempts from 40 yards or longer this season, including a career-long 49yarder in the season opener with Youngstown State. Kevin Kelly was the last Nittany Lion placekicker to earn earn the conference’s weekly honor, doing so vs

LIONS LAST TEAM TO ALLOW A SACK
Penn State entered the Temple game as the only team in the nation that had not allowed a sack during the first three weeks of the season. The Owls recorded one sack, but the Nittany Lions remain tied for first in the nation in fewwest sacks allowed. The Nittany Lions entered the season with only one returning starter in the same position where he finished last season in left guard DeOn’tae Pannell, who started the last three games of 2009 in that spot. Pannell was replaced in the starting line-up by Johnnie Troutman vs. Kent State. The other two returning offensive line starters from last year -- RT Lou Eliades and RG Stefen Wisniewski have playing different positions from 2009. Eliades suffered a torn ACL vs. Temple and will miss the rest of the season. Left tackle Quinn Barham and center Doug Klopacz did not have any career starts prior to this season.

WINS VS. LOSSES (AVG.)
PSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wins Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30.0 Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . .397.3 First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21.0 Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .170.0 Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .227.3 Time of Possession . . . . . . . .32:21 3rd Down Conv. Pct. . . . . .23 of 44 Points Allowed . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.0 Yards Allowed . . . . . . . . . . . .231.3 Rushing Yds Allowed . . . . . . . .96.3 Passing Yds Allowed . . . . . . .135.0 . . . . . .Losses . . . . . . . . . .3.0 . . . . . . . .283.0 . . . . . . . . .17.0 . . . . . . . .127.0 . . . . . . . .156.0 . . . . . . . .30:33 . . . . . . .5 of 14 . . . . . . . . .24.0 . . . . . . . .409.0 . . . . . . . .180.0 . . . . . . . .229.0

COACH JOE PATERNO
In his 45th season as head coach of the Nittany Lions and 61st year on the coaching staff, Joe Paterno is the leader in all-time victories among major college coaches. A 1950 graduate of Brown University, Paterno owns a career record of 397-130-3 for a winning percentage of 75.2. He ranks second in winning percentage among active Football Bowl Subdivision coaches with 10 or more years as a head coach. Paterno is the longest serving head coach at one school in major college football history and has the secondlongest tenure overall. Amos Alonzo Stagg served as head

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ROYSTER RUNS INTO HISTORY BOOKS
ROYSTER RUNS TOWARD RECORD; ECLIPSES 3,000-YARD MARK
Senior tailback Evan Royster’s 15-yard run in the first quarter vs. Kent State made him just the sixth Nittany Lion to eclipse 3,000 career yards. He went past 3,000 yards on his 500th career carry. A Doak Walker Award candidate, Royster ran for a career-high 187 yards vs. Temple and is on pace to become Penn State’s career rushing yardage leader. He has 3,215 rushing yards, needing 184 yards to break Curt Warner’s school record of 3,398. A 2009 first team All-Big Ten choice, Royster gained 1,169 yards last year and his 5.7 per carry average was the best in the conference among players with at least 110 attempts. He had 205 carries and scored six touchdowns. Royster delivered six 100-yard rushing games last season and has 13 career, good for a tie for sixth in school history. Penn State is 13-0 when Royster gains at least 100 yards. Warner is the school leader with 18 century-busting efforts.

COUNTDOWN TO THE RECORD: 184 yards CAREER 100-YARD GAMES: 13 (T 6th)

2010 SEASON HONORS
DREW ASTORINO, SAFETY
Sporting News First Team pre-season All-Big Ten

PENN STATE

PSU CAREER RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards Att. TD

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3398 3320 3301 3256 3227 3215 2953 2934

. .649 . .654 . .606 . .565 . .624 . .535 . .460 . .501

. .24 . . . . . . . Curt Warner, 1979-82 . .25 . . . . . . . . . Tony Hunt, 2003-06 . .21 . . . Blair Thomas, 1985-87, 89 . .36 . . . . . . . . Curtis Enis, 1995-97 . .25 . . . . . . . . . D.J. Dozier, 1983-86 . .24 . . Evan Royster, 2007-present . .26 . . . . Larry Johnson, 1999-2002 . .38 . . . . . . Lydell Mitchell, 1969-71

ROB BOLDEN, QUARTERBACK
Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week vs. YSU

JACK CRAWFORD, DEFENSIVE END
Bednarik Award Watch List

PSU CAREER 100-YARD GAMES
1. 2. 5. 6. 8. 18 17 15 13 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Curt Warner . .KiJana Carter, Curtis Enis & Blair Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tony Hunt & Lydell Mitchell . . . . . . . . .John Cappelletti & Evan Royster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lenny Moore

DEREK MOYE, WIDE RECEIVER
Phil Steele’s Second Team pre-season All-Big Ten

OLLIE OGBU, DEFENSIVE TACKLE
Phil Steele’s Second Team pre-season All-Big Ten

EVAN ROYSTER, TAILBACK
Phil Steele’s Third Team pre-season All-American Sporting News First Team pre-season All-Big Ten Phil Steele’s First Team pre-season All-Big Ten Walter Camp Player of the Year watch list Maxwell Award watch list Doak Walker Award candidate

coach at the University of Chicago for 41 years (18921932) of his 57-year tenure as a head coach. Paterno has led the Nittany Lions to two national championships (1982 and ’86) and five undefeated seasons (1968, ’69, ’73, ’86 and ’94). Selected the AFCA National Coach of the Year an unprecedented five times, Paterno is the all-time leader in bowl wins with a record of 24-11-1. He has guided Penn State to three Big Ten Championships and has been selected the Dave McClain Big Ten Coach of the Year three times, the award’s secondhighest total. He is one of only nine coaches in NCAA history (five in FBS) to win 300 games and reached the milestone faster than anyone (380 games). He also is the only FBS head coach with 300 victories at one school. Paterno was inducted into the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame in December 2007 and was among the first three active coaches to be inducted.

ANOTHER MILESTONE NEARS
Joe Paterno has 397 career victories, the all-time record among Football Bowl Subdivision coaches. The Hall of Fame coach is three victories away from joining John Gagliardi (474-active) and Eddie Robinson (408) as the only coaches in NCAA history with 400 victories. Amos Alonzo Stagg’s 578 games top all major college coaches. He is followed by Paterno (530), Bobby Bowden (522), Pop Warner (481) and Paul “Bear” Bryant (425). Paterno’s 45 years as head coach are the most at one institution all-time among major college coaches and the second-most for a career, trailing only Amos Alonzo Stagg’s 57 years.

COLLIN WAGNER, KICKER
Big Ten Special Teams Player of Week vs. Temple

STEFEN WISNIEWSKI, GUARD
Athlon First Team pre-season All-American Lindy’s First Team pre-season All-American Sporting News First Team pre-season All-American Phil Steele’s First Team pre-season All-American Sporting News First Team pre-season All-Big Ten Phil Steele’s First Team pre-season All-Big Ten Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List Outland Trophy Watch List National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Fellowship Nominee Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award candidate Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nominee

IOWA COACH KIRK FERENTZ
Kirk Ferentz has an 84-56 record in his 12th year as coach of the Hawkeyes. He is 96-77 in his 15th year overall, having coached at Maine from 1990-92. Ferentz attended Pitttsburgh’s Upper St. Clair High School, the same school Penn State 2009 co-captain Sean Lee attended. Ferentz is a 1978 graduate of Connecticut. .

NO. 2 IN WINNING PCT.
In addition to his record victories total, Joe Paterno ranks second in winning percentage (75.2) among active Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I-A) coaches with 10 or more years as an FBS head coach. Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops leads with an 80.7 mark (12129) in his 12th season, followed by Paterno, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier, Alabama’s Nick Saban and Texas coach Mack Brown.

FERENTZ HAS PENN STATE TIES

Kirk Ferentz’ wife’s (Mary) brother, Kevin Hart, was a linebacker who lettered for the Nittany Lions in 1976. Ferentz’ father-in-law, Gerry Hart, played football with Joe Paterno at Brooklyn Prep, and a nephew, quarterback Mike Hart, played for the Nittany Lions in the last decade.

PATERNO LONGEVITY AMAZING
Since Joe Paterno became head coach in 1966, there have been 860 head coaching changes in Division I-A football, an average of more than six changes per institution, including 22 changes after the 2009 season. There have been 32 head coaches at the other Big Ten institutions since Penn State began conference play in 1993. Paterno is the dean of Big Ten coaches by six years over all his conference counterparts, with Iowa’s Kirk Ferentz second in longevity (started in 1999).

PENN STATE-IOWA TIE
Paul Federici, Iowa’s Director of Football Operations, is a 1985 Penn State graduate. He is in his second year in football operations after five years as Iowa’s Director of Athletic Training Services.

PENN STATE-IOWA SERIES
The Nittany Lions and Hawkeyes are meeting for the 23rd time, with the series deadlocked, 11-11. The visiting team has won 14 of the 22 series games, including last year, when Iowa rallied to win 2110 in Beaver Stadium. The Hawkeyes won, 24-23, in

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JOE PATERNO
BY THE NUMBERS
139,000: Square feet in Paterno Library, which opened in 1999 1050: Penn State lettermen since 1966 860: Number of coaching changes in Div. I-A since 1966. 683: Games coached as Penn State assistant or head coach (missed three games) 530: Games as head coach (second all-time) 501: Wins as member of staff (686 games; 501-178-7) 397: Career Wins (first all-time) 350: Earned 350th win at Illinois (63-10) on Oct. 22, 2005 324: Broke Division I-A career wins mark with 324th win vs. Ohio State (29-27) on October 27, 2001 300: Earned 300th win vs. Bowling Green (48-3) on September 12, 1998 252: Nittany Lions who have made NFL rosters 250: Earned 250th win at Iowa (31-0) on Sept. 18, 1993 245: Nittany Lions drafted by NFL teams 241: Academic All-Big Ten selections (since 1993-most in conference) 200: Earned 200th win vs. Bowling Green (45-19) on September 5, 1987 150: Earned 150th win at Pittsburgh (48-14) on November 28, 1981 150: Wins since Penn State joined Big Ten in 1993 100: Earned 100th win vs. NC State (41-20) on Nov. 6, 1976 85: Graduation Success Rate (2009 NCAA report) 69: Length of his game-winning punt return for Brown vs. Holy Cross in ‘49. 64: First team All-Americans (77 selections) 61: Years on Penn State staff 55: Squad members that earned 3.0 GPA or higher in Fall, 2008 semester 50: Earned 50th win vs. Maryland (63-27) vs. Maryland on November 6, 1971 45: Years as head coach 44: Academic All-Americans 37: Shutouts by Penn State 36: Jersey number as QB-DB at Brown 36: Bowl trips as head coach (all-time leader) 34: First team Academic All-Americans 33: First round NFL draft choices 31: Longest unbeaten streak (30-0-1; 1967-70) 24: Bowl victories (all-time leader) 23: Teams ranked in the final top 10 23: Winning streak from 1968-70 21: Number of teams with at least 10 wins 18: NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners 17: Grandchildren 17: New Year’s Day bowl wins 15: National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholar-Athletes 14: Interceptions made as Brown DB 9: Number of U.S. presidents since he became coach in 1966 8: Number of his players in College Football Hall of Fame 7: Unbeaten, untied regular seasons 7: Years had a team ranked No. 1 7: Beaver Stadium expansions since ‘66 5: Children 5: Unbeaten, untied seasons 4: He and wife, Sue, have given more than $4 million to Penn State to endow scholarships, professorships and assist in facilities projects 2: National Championships 1: First win was 15-7 over Maryland on Sept. 17, 1966 before a Beaver Stadium crowd of 40,911

NOTING HEAD COACH JOE PATERNO

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Since being named Penn State head coach in 1966, there have been 860 head coaching changes in Division I-A, an average of six per school, and eight administrations of U.S. presiALL-TIME COACHING dents (includes 22 in 2009). VICTORIES
474 John Gagliardi (active) 408 Eddie Robinson Mike Munchak) have been enshrined in the Pro Football 397 JOE PATERNO (active Hall of Fame. 377 Bobby Bowden Penn State’s 241 Academic all-conference selections 323 Bear Bryant since joining the Big Ten in 1993 are the most of any 319 Pop Warner league school. 315 Roy Kidd A 1950 graduate of Brown University where he played 314 Amos Alonzo Stagg quarterback and defensive back on the football team and two seasons on the basketball team. 300 Tubby Raymond Recipient of the Amos Alonzo Stagg Award, the AFCA’s highest honor. Honored with his image on the Wheaties box in 2003. Sports Illustrated Sportsman-of-the-Year in 1986. Featured on the cover of SI during 2005 season. First active coach ever to recieve the Distinguished American award from the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame. Inaugural winner of the State Farm Eddie Robinson Coach-of-the-Year Award in 1998. He and his wife, Sue, have contributed more than $4 million to Penn State University. The Paternos pledged $1 million for a new wing at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in 2009 The 135,000-square foot Paterno Library, dedicated in 1999, on the Penn State campus is named after the Paternos and they also made significant contributions to build the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, dedicated in 2003. Signed a three-year contract extension in December 2008.

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2008 in Iowa City. Penn State and Iowa will be in opposite Big Ten divisions starting next year, but will meet Oct. 8, 2011 in State College and Oct. 20, 2012 in Iowa City.

NCAA LEADERS IN VICTORIES
1. Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .881 2. Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .848 3. Notre Dame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .838 4. Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .831 5. Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .823 6. PENN STATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814 7. Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .803
tops the team in sacks (3) and tackles for loss (7.5). Senior punter Ryan Donahue averages 46.3 yards per kick and has placed eight of his 15 punts inside the 20-yard line this season. Michael Meyer handles the placekicking duties. He has connected on one of his two field goal attempts and averages 65.8 yards on kickoffs, with eight touchbacks.

SCOUTING THE HAWKEYES
Iowa will host Penn State on Saturday in historic Kinnick Stadium, where it has won 15 of its last 17 games, for the Hawkeyes’ Homecoming game. Last week, Iowa bounced back from its first loss of the season, a 34-27 setback to nationally ranked Arizona in Tucson on Sept. 18, by throttling Ball State, 45-0. A driving rain storm did little to slow the Iowa offense in the home win over Ball State, as it rolled up 562 total yards (256 rushing, 306 passing), ran 23 more plays (73 to 50) than the Cardinals, held the ball nearly 10 minutes longer (34:06 to 25:54), and scored on five of six times on trips to the red zone. The Hawkeye defense did its part as well, holding Ball State to 112 total yards and forcing two turnovers. Senior quarterback Ricky Stanzi, a starter in 26 career games, directs the Iowa offense. The Davey O’Brien and Archie Manning Award candidate has completed 66.7 percent of his passes (66 of 99) in the early going of the 2010 season, throwing for 999 yards and nine touchdowns and just one interception. Stanzi’s favorite targets are receivers Derrell Johnson Koulianos (17-270-3) and Marvin McNutt (10-182-2) and tight end Allen Reisner (14-185-1) but the air attack is balanced, as seven different Hawkeyes have caught at least one touchdown pass. The Iowa running game is led by sophomore Adam Robinson. Robinson, who set the Iowa freshman rushing record last season (834), leads the Hawkeyes with 385 yards (5.5 ypc) and six touchdowns. Iowa’s starting running back in 2009 before suffering a season ending knee in the spring, Jewel Hampton had contributed 114 yards on the ground and one touchdown before suffering an injury at Arizona on Sept. 18. The Iowa defense is headlined by a pair of pre-season All-Americans in senior defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn and junior safety Tyler Sash. A disruptive presence against both the run and the pass from his tackle position, Clayborn turned the tide in Iowa’s favor in its 2009 match-up with Penn State when he blocked a punt and returned it 53 yards for a touchdown. Sash has 11 career interceptions and holds the Iowa record with 350 return yards. Senior linebacker Jeff Tarpinian leads the Hawkeyes with 32 tackles while junior defensive lineman Mike Daniels

NITTANY LIONS AGAIN AMONG LEADERS ON NFL ROSTERS
A total of 28 Penn State football alumni are populating National Football League active rosters. The NIttany Lions again rank among the top 12 schools in the nation in current NFL players. Penn State’s total rises to 32 in the NFL with four players on practice squads. Twenty-one NFL teams have at least one Penn Stater on its roster. The Buffalo Bills feature a league-high three former Nittany Lions on their rosters. Veterans Bryan Scott and Paul Posluszny are joined by a second-year DE Aaron Maybin, a 2009 NFL first round draft choice. All six players from Penn State's 2010 Capital One Bowl champion team that were drafted made NFL squads as rookies: Navorro Bowman (San Francisco 49ers), Josh Hull (St. Louis Rams), Sean Lee (Dallas Cowboys), Jared Odrick (Miami Dolphins), Andrew Quarless (Green Bay Packers) and Mickey Shuler (Minnesota Vikings). Tennessee quarterback Kerry Collins, who is entering his 16th season, tops the former Lions in NFL seniority. Only five current NFL players have greater longevity than Collins. Wide receiver Jordan Norwood (Cleveland), G Rich Ohrnberger (New England) and C A.Q. Shipley (Philadelphia) are on NFL practice squads. More than 360 Nittany Lions have signed NFL contracts since Joe Paterno became head coach in 1966. The Hall of Fame coach has seen 245 of his players drafted by NFL squads, including 33 in the first round, and more than 250 make NFL rosters. Thirty-six Nittany Lions have been NFL first round draft choices overall, most recently defensive tackle Jared Odrick, whom the Miami Dolphins selected with the No. 28 overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. A school record four Nittany Lions were selected in the first round of the 2003 NFL Draft. Penn State has had at least one alumnus on a Super Bowl team in 39 of 44 title games. Thirty-two former Nittany Lions have earned a total of 48 Super Bowl rings.

LAST MEETING
Penn State’s great start was nullified by four turnovers, a blocked punt and a safety, as Iowa rallied for a 21-10 win on Sept. 26, 2009 in Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lions saw their 11-game home winning streak come to an end. Penn State scored on its first play from scrimmage, a 79-yard strike from Daryll Clark to Chaz Powell, to electrify the drenched Whitehouse throng of 109,316. The Nittany Lions then used a 20-play, 10:17 drive to take a 10-0 first quarter lead. But, the Hawkeyes scored the final 21 points, including 16 in the fourth quarter. Penn State gained 147 yards in the first quarter, but was limited to 160 the remainder of the game. In his first full game of the season, linebacker Navorro Bowman recorded a career-high 13 tackles. He also had three tackles-for-loss for minus-7 yards. Linebacker Josh Hull tied a career-high with 13 tackles, including 2.0 TFL for minus-8 yards. Safety Nick Sukay made a career-best nine tackles, broke-up four passes and grabbed his first career interception.

Former Nittany Lions on 2010 NFL rosters as of Sept. 15 (pro season in parenthesis):
Arizona Cardinals - Levi Brown (4) Buffalo Bills - Aaron Maybin (2), Paul Posluszny (4), Bryan Scott (8) Carolina Panthers - Dan Connor (3), Ed Johnson (3) Chicago Bears - Anthony Adams (8), ), Robbie Gould (6) Cleveland Browns - Jordan Norwood (2) - p.s. Dallas Cowboys - Sean Lee (1) Detroit Lions - Bryant Johnson (8), Derrick Williams (2) Green Bay Packers - Andrew Quarless (1) Kansas City Chiefs - Tamba Hali (5) Miami Dolphins - Jared Odrick (1), Cameron Wake (2) Minnesota Vikings - Jimmy Kennedy (8), Mickey Shuler (1) New England Patriots - Rich Ohrnberger (2) - p.s. New York Giants - Kareem McKenzie (10); Dennis Landolt (1) - p.s. Oakland Raiders - Jay Alford (4) Philadelphia Eagles - A.Q. Shipley (2) - p.s. San Francisco 49ers - Navorro Bowman (1) Seattle Seahawks - Deon Butler (2), Michael Robinson (5) St. Louis Rams - Josh Hull (1), Justin King (3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - John Gilmore (10) Tennessee Titans - Kerry Collins (16), Tim Shaw (4) Washington Redskins - Larry Johnson (8)

DEFENSE AMONG NATION’S ELITE
From 2004-09, Penn State was one of only two defensive units that rank among the top five in the nation in rushing defense (3rd, 96.99 ypg), scoring defense (3rd, 15.1 ppg) and total defense (5th, 290.3 ypg). Ohio State is the only other team ranks in the top five in the three categories. Since the start of the 2004 campaign, the Nittany Lions have held 53 of their 79 opponents (67.1 pct.) to 17 points or less, including 10 foes last season and nine in 2008. Three of Penn State's five bowl opponents have scored 17 points or less, including its most recent foe, LSU. Since the start of the 2004 season, Penn State has limited 44 of 79 opponents (55.7 pct.) to 99 rushing yards or fewer, with eight foes failing to do so in each of the past four seasons. Among the teams failing to crack 100 rushing yards against the Nittany Lions were bowl opponents LSU, USC, Tennessee and Florida State.

STREAK OF NO 100-YARD RUSHERS ALLOWED ENDS AT 17 GAMES
The Nittany Lions had not permitted an opposing rusher to hit the century mark over 17 consecutive contests until Alabama’s Trent Richardson gained 144 yards on 22 carries on Sept. 11. Iowa’s Shonn Greene had been the last to do so, gaining 117 yards on 28 carries on Nov. 8, 2008. Penn State was one of only three teams in the nation that did not allow a 100-yard rusher in 2009. The Nittany Lions held eight opponents to 100 rushing yards or less last year, including 41 by LSU in the Capital One Bowl win over the Tigers. Since the start of the 2008 season (30 games), 18 opponents have failed to gain 100 rushing yards on the Nittany Lions.

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CLASS BREAKDOWN
5th Year Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 4th Year Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Juniors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Sophomores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Red-shirt Freshmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 True-Freshmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Total Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Upperclassmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..35 (30 %) Underclassmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83 (70%)

PREP TEAMMATES MEET
Three pairs of former high school teammates will be opposite sidelines on Saturday: - Penn State guard Mark Arcidiacano and Iowa’s Greg Castillo both attended St. Joseph’s (Pa.) Prep; Penn State RB Mike Zordich and RB Brandon Beachum and Iowa’s Derrell Johnson-Koulianos (Sr.) all attended Cardinal Mooney HS in Youngstown, Ohio Nittany Lion linebacker Chris Colasanti and Iowa’s Kevonte Martin-Manley both attended Brother Rice (Mich.) HS.

yard field goal with :01 left to give the Hawkeyes a 24-23 victory on Nov. 8, 2008. The Nittany Lions ran for 180 yards on an Iowa defense that was allowing 100.7 yards. Tailback Evan Royster became the 12th Nittany Lion to run for 1,000 yards in a season, as he gained 90 yards on a careerhigh 26 carries and scored his 11th touchdown. Junior wideout Derrick Williams delivered 154 allpurpose yards. He took several direct snaps and ran for 53 yards on a career-best 12 carries, including a nineyard touchdown run in the third quarter. He also completed the first pass of his career, good for 23 yards to tight end Mickey Shuler in the fourth quarter. Deon Butler made three receptions to give him 167 in his career, moving into a tie with Bobby Engram for the all-time lead at Penn State. The Penn State defense limited Iowa to 272 yards (101 rushing) and forced two turnovers. Navorro Bowman made eight tackles, with a TFL, and Josh Hull also made eight stops and recovered a fumble in Iowa territory to set-up a score. Defensive tackle Jared Odrick made a career-high seven hits, with two sacks, and a forced fumble.

EARN RECORD-TYING 89 PERCENT
GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE
Penn State Penn State student-athletes continue to graduate well above their peers nationwide, earning record-setting academic performances, according to statistical information released in November 2009 by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The NCAA's annual study of institutions nationwide revealed that Penn State student-athletes at the University Park campus earned a record-tying Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 89 percent compared to a 79 percent average for all Division I institutions for students entering from 1999-2000 through 2002-03. This is the 19th release of institutional graduation rates since national "right-to-know" legislation was passed in 1990. In 2005, the NCAA Division I Committee on Academic Performance implemented the initial release of the team GSR data. The GSR is the NCAA's more inclusive calculation of student-athlete academic success. The NCAA rate is more accurate than the federally mandated methodology because it includes incoming transfers and students enrolling in the spring semester who receive athletic aid and graduate and deletes from the calculation student-athletes who leave an institution and were academically eligible to compete. The federal rate does neither. In addition to releasing each institution's overall four-year Graduation Success Rate, the NCAA also released the federal graduation rates for students and student-athletes as it has for the past 19 years. The four-year federal graduation rate average for University Park student-athletes was 82 percent, significantly higher than the national average of 63 percent, and second to Northwestern (88) among Big Ten Conference institutions. The four-year average for University Park students was 84 percent, also far exceeding the 62 percent rate for all students nationwide. Among the 2002-03 entering freshman class, 76 percent of Penn State student-athletes earned degrees within six years, well above than the 64 percent for all Division I institutions. Penn State’s 76 percent figure was second-highest among Big Ten schools, trailing only Northwestern (88). The graduation rate for all Penn State students was 85 percent in the entering class of 2002-03. “Penn State places great value on the academic success of our student-athletes. These numbers clearly show the dedication of our students, our academic staff and our coaches,” said President Graham Spanier. The NCAA data revealed that student-athletes from 23 of Penn State’s 25 teams (track/cross country teams combined) earned a Graduation Success Rate at or above the national GSR average of 79 percent. Seven Penn State squads earned a Graduation Success Rate of 100 percent and 21 of 25 Nittany Lion teams earned a GSR higher than or equal to the national average for their respective sport. Other highlights from the NCAA Graduation Rates Report: - Penn State's four-year federal graduation rate for African-American student-athletes was 78 percent, marking the 19th consecutive year the Nittany Lions topped the Division I national average (53 percent). The 82 percent GSR figure for Penn State African-American student-athletes tied the school record and was 19 points higher than the national average. - The Penn State football (85 percent compared to 67), Nittany Lion Basketball (67 to 64 percent) and Lady Lion Basketball (90 to 83 percent) teams all earned four-year Graduation Success Rates higher than the national average for their sport. The 85 percent GSR figure was a record for the Penn State football program, which earned a superlative 89 percent federal graduation rate for student-athletes entering school in 2002-03, tops among all Big Ten Conference football teams. - Of the Penn State student-athletes in the NCAA studies from 1993-94 through 2002-03 who exhausted their eligibility, 96 percent left with their diplomas..

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IOWA HOMECOMING
Saturday’s game is Iowa’s 99th Homecoming contest. Penn State has been the Hawkeyes’ Homecoming foe twice previously, losing in 1930 (19-0) and 2001 (2418).

RECENT TIGHT GAMES INCLUDE PAIR OF OVERTIME TILTS
Penn State and Iowa have met 13 times as Big Ten competitors, with six of the last 10 games between the squads being decided by seven points or less. The Nittany Lions have played in five overtime games all-time, with the Hawkeyes involved in two of the contests, including Penn State’s first overtime game on Nov. 4, 2000. The Hawkeyes won that contest, 26-23, in double overtime, and on Sept. 28, 2002 captured a 4235 overtime win, both in Beaver Stadium. In the 2000 game, Penn State rallied from a 13-0 deficit to tie the game at 16-16 on a Ryan Primanti field goal with 2:59 to play. In the first overtime both teams scored a touchdown. In the second session, Nate Kaeding made his fourth field goal to give Iowa a 26-23 lead. On the Lions’ first play, Rashard Casey’s pass bounced off Tony Stewart’s helmet and was intercepted by Ryan Hansen. Casey was 27 of 51 for 302 yards,with one touchdown and one interception, and ran for 67 yards and a touchdown. In the 2002 contest, the Hawkyes grabbed a 23-0 second quarter lead and still led 35-13 with 7:30 to play when Penn State made a stirring comeback to force overtime. The 23 points are the most the Nittany Lions have ever overcome under Joe Paterno. A 36-yard touchdown pass to Larry Johnson from Zack Mills, a 44-yard Mills to Tony Johnson pass and an 8-yard TD pass from Mills to Bryant Johnson with 1:20 to play forced overtime. In the extra session, Iowa had the first possession and Brad Banks hit C.J. Jones on a six-yard TD pass. Penn State reached the Iowa 5, but on fourth down, Mills’ pass was incomplete. Mills was 23 of 44 for a school record 399 yards, with four touchdowns and two interceptions in the 2002 contest.

NO. 1 IN FEWEST PENALTIES & YARDS
The Nittany Lions again are among the nation’s least penalized teams, ranking No. 1 in fewest penalty yards and second in fewest penalties. The Nittany Lions lead the nation with just 17.5 penalty yards per game, having committed 11 penalties for just 70 yards in four games. Penn State and Wisconsin are tied for No. 2 nationally with just 11 penalties in four games, for a 2.75 average. Eastern Michigan leads with 10 flags in four games for a 2.50 average. During the 2009 season, Penn State finished No. 3 in the nation with an average of 31.2 penalty yards per game and fourth nationally with an average of 4.31 penalties per game.

IN NCAA STATISTICS...
Penn State is tied for eighth in the nation in scoring defense (12.75 ppg) and is No. 18 in total defense (275.8 ypg). The Lions lead the Big Ten and are No.17 nationally in pass defense (158.5 ypg) and also lead the conference and are No. 3 in the nation in oppoent third down conversions at 21.3 pct. (10 of 47). The Lions also are eighth in kickoff returns (29.0 ypr).

TWELVE HAVE MADE FIRST CAREER STARTS THIS YEAR
Nittany Lions making their first career starts against Youngstown State were: linebacker Chris Colasanti, receiver Devon Smith, tight end Garry Gilliam, quarterback Rob Bolden, center Doug Klopacz, tackle Quinn Barham and punter Anthony Fera. Since the season opener, five more Nittany Lions have made their first career start to bring the total of first-time starters to 12: LB Michael Mauti (Alabama), WR Justin Brown, DE Pete Massaro and DE Sean Stanley (Kent State) and safety Andrew Dailey (Temple).

LAST VISIT WAS A THRILLER
In the most recent meeting in Kinnick Stadium, Penn State saw its hopes for an unbeaten season come to a heart-breaking end, as Iowa’s Daniel Murray kicked a 31-

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TOUGH IN TIGHT GAMES
Penn State is 100-52-3 under Joe Paterno in games decided by seven points or less, winning 38 of 60 since starting Big Ten play in 1993.

LIONS LEAD NATION IN UNBEATEN REGULAR SEASONS SINCE 1966
Joe Paterno has led Penn State to seven unbeaten, untied regular seasons since becoming head coach in 1966, the most of any team in the nation. The Nittany Lions have earned five unbeaten, untied seasons under Paterno (1968, ‘69, ‘73, ‘86, ‘94), with two teams (1978, ‘85) losing in national championship bowl games. PENN STATE - 7 Alabama, Miami (Fla.), Nebraska, Ohio St., Texas - 6 Oklahoma - 5

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SIXTY YEARS IN HAPPY VALLEY
Joe Paterno is celebrating 60 years as a member of the Penn State coaching staff. He came to Penn State with new head coach Rip Engle before graduating from Brown University in 1950. After 16 seasons as an assistant coach under Engle, Paterno was named the Nittany Lions’ 14th head football coach on February 19, 1966. In his 61st season on the Penn State staff, the Hall of Fame mentor is entering his 45th season as head coach.

EARN NO. 1 GRADUATION RATE
AMONG 2009 AP TOP 25 TEAMS

NON-CONFERENCE SUCCESS
Penn State has a 64-13 (83.1) record in non- conference games overall since starting Big Ten play in 1993, including victories against: Arizona, Auburn, Florida State, LSU, Louisville (2), Miami (Fla.), Maryland, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, Pittsburgh (3), South Florida, Southern California (3), Southern Miss (2), Syracuse (2), Temple (9), Tennessee (2), Texas, Texas A&M (2), Texas Tech, Virginia and UCF (2). The Nittany Lions have won 18 of their last 20 non-conference games, with USC in the 2009 Rose Bowl and Alabama (Sept. 11) as the lone setback. Penn State played Notre Dame in 2006 and ‘07 and renewed its rivalry with Syracuse in 2008 and ‘09. The Nittany Lions face Alabama in 2010 and ’11, Virginia in 2012 and ’13, Navy in 2012, Syracuse in 2013 and Rutgers in 2014 and ‘15.

ALL-TIME LEADER IN BOWL WINS AND APPEARANCES
Joe Paterno owns a post-season record of 24-11-1, a winning percentage of 68.0, including a 17-7 mark in New Year’s bowl games. Paterno is the all-time leader in bowl wins and appearances (36) and his winning percentage is best all-time among coaches with at least 15 bowl appearances.

530 AND COUNTING
The Iowa game will be Joe Paterno’s 531st as head coach. Amos Alonzo Stagg’s 578 games top all major college coaches. He is followed by Paterno (530), Bobby Bowden (522), Pop Warner (481) and Paul “Bear” Bryant (425). Paterno made his head coaching debut on Sept. 17, 1966, earning a 15-7 win over Maryland before a Beaver Stadium crowd of 40,911.

PEGULAS COMMIT HISTORIC GIFT FOR NEW ARENA AND HOCKEY PROGRAM
Penn State President Graham Spanier announced to the Board of Trustees on Sept. 17 the largest private gift in the University's history — $88 million from Terrence M. and Kim Pegula to fund a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose arena and help to establish an NCAA Division I men's hockey program. The gift paves the way for the creation of a Division I women's ice hockey program and enhanced figure skating opportunities. The Pegulas, who live in Boca Raton, Fla., have been leaders in the oil and natural gas industry primarily in the Appalachian Basin. Terry Pegula is the founder and former president, CEO and principal shareholder of East Resources Inc., a privately-held independent exploration and development company based in Warrendale, Pa., and acquired in July 2010 by Royal Dutch Shell. Pegula, born and raised in Carbondale, Pa., earned a bachelor of science degree in petroleum and natural gas engineering from Penn State in 1973, started East Resources Inc. in 1983 and built it into one of the largest privately held companies in the United States. Kim Pegula, a graduate of Houghton College, also has been involved with East Resources since 1991 and is a founder, along with her husband, of Black River Music Group, Nashville, Tenn., and Ayrault Sports Agency, Charlotte, N.C. The Pegulas' gift will launch the construction of a new arena at University Park that will be the only major rink within an 80-mile radius and on par with the best collegiate facilities in the country. An architect will be selected this fall for the arena, which is expected to open in December 2013. The facility will be built on the corner of Curtin Road and University Drive, directly west of the Bryce Jordan Center. It will include two ice sheets and other features that will allow it to be used for a broad range of campus and community activities, from commencement ceremonies to kinesiology classes to public skating sessions and camps for youth. The facility will provide new training and performance opportunities for Penn State’s popular and successful figure skating club and for the University’s women’s ice hockey

Joe Paterno’s Milestone Games:
1st game, Sept. 17, 1966 – W, 15-7 vs. Maryland 50th game, Oct. 31, 1970 – W, 42-8 vs. West Virginia 100th game, Nov. 28, 1974 – W, 31-10 at Pittsburgh (Three Rivers Stadium) 150th game, Sept. 15, 1979 – W, 45-10 vs. Rutgers 200th game, Sept. 17, 1983 – L, 42-34 vs. Iowa 250th game, Oct. 3, 1987 – W, 27-13 vs. Temple 300th game, Oct. 19, 1991 – W, 37-17 vs. Rutgers 350th game, Nov. 4, 1995 – L, 21-10 at Northwestern 400th game, Nov. 6, 1999 – L, 24-23 vs. Minnesota 450th game, Nov. 15, 2003 – W, 52-7 vs. Indiana 500th game, Dec. 29, 2007 - W, 24-17 vs. Texas A&M, 2007 Alamo Bowl

The Penn State football team produced another superb academic performance, according to the NCAA Graduation Rates Report, released in November 2009. Penn State earned the highest Graduation Success Rate (GSR) and federal graduation rate among teams ranked in the final 2009 Associated Press Top 25 poll. Nittany Lion football student-athletes that enrolled in the University in the fall of 2002 earned a federal graduation rate of 89 percent, easily the best among the teams ranked in the final AP poll. Alabama and Miami (Fla.) were tied for second at 75 percent. The Nittany Lions' 89 percent federal graduation rate led all Big Ten Conference institutions and was 34 points above the 55 percent FBS average, according to the NCAA data released last November. The Nittany Lions also led all AP Top 25 teams with a program record 85 percent Graduation Success Rate. The figure was based on Penn State football student-athletes entering the University in the fall of 1999 through 2002. Cincinnati and Miami (Fla.) were tied for the second-highest GSR among AP Top 25 teams at 75 percent. Penn State's 85 percent Graduation Success Rate was significantly higher than the 67 percent FBS average and was second to Northwestern among Big Ten Conference institutions, according to the NCAA.

680 AND COUNTING
The Iowa game will be the 684th contest Joe Paterno has coached in since joining the Nittany Lions’ staff in 1950. In his 61st season as a member of the Penn State staff, Paterno followed Rip Engle from Brown to Penn State after graduating in 1950 and was involved in 155 games as an assistant coach from 1950-65. He was promoted to head coach in 1966. Paterno has missed just three games in his career. As an assistant coach, he missed the 1955 game at Army when his father, Angelo, died. As head coach in 1977, Joe and Sue Paterno’s son, David, was involved in a serious trampoline accident the day before the Lions’ game at Syracuse and Paterno did not attend the contest. Paterno missed the Nov. 11, 2006 game with Temple, which took place five days after he had surgery on his left leg, which was injured in a sideline collision at Wisconsin on Nov. 4, 2006. Paterno’s first game on the Penn State staff was Sept. 30, 1950, a 34-14 win vs. Georgetown. The Nittany Lions have earned a 501-178-7 record with Paterno on the staff, with their 73.5 winning percentage third-best nationally since 1950.

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team. It also will offer ice time to recreational and high school hockey programs, as well as intramural and local speed skating and broomball clubs. The state-of-the-art arena will be able to host events such as professional ice shows and National Hockey League and American Hockey League exhibition games, generating tourism and other economic impacts in the region. The Pegulas' commitment also creates an endowment to support an NCAA Division I men's ice hockey program. "We're very proud of the success that our ACHA club hockey program has achieved, and this gift will allow us to take the sport to a completely new level at Penn State," said Tim Curley, Director of Athletics. "Thanks to the Pegulas, we will be able to enter NCAA competition in 2012-13. Penn State's launch of Division I hockey will lead to additional competition within the Big Ten, and that has the potential to transform college hockey in this country." The gift comes as the University is engaged in the largest fundraising effort in its history, For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students. Northern Virginia), Insight, Kuhn Communications, Mediacom, Midcontinent, Millheim TV, Nittany Media, RCN, Rogers Cable (Canada), Service Electric Cable TV, Service Electric Cablevision, Service Electric Broadband Cable, Shaw Cable and Shaw Direct (Canada), Shen-Heights TV, Tele-Media, Time Warner Cable, Western Broadband, Windstream and WOW. For more information on the Big Ten Network, including the Channel Finder feature, go to www.BigTenNetwork.com. Championship Series National Championship Game. The Big Ten football divisions are (Division names to be determined): X - Penn State, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Purdue and Wisconsin O - Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Northwestern. Each school will play the other five schools within its division and will also face three teams from the other division, including one cross-division matchup guaranteed on an annual basis. The guaranteed cross-division matchups are Penn State-Nebraska, IllinoisNorthwestern, Indiana-Michigan State, Ohio StateMichigan, Purdue-Iowa and Wisconsin-Minnesota. Names for each Big Ten football division will be announced at a later date. “We are pleased with the final divisional alignments and look forward to playing our divisional opponents starting next season,” said Tim Curley, Penn State Director of Athletics. “Divisional play will add a new dimension to Big Ten football and this new era will add to the tremendous interest and excitement for all Penn State, Big Ten and college football fans. “We are pleased to have Nebraska as Penn State’s annual crossover game,” Curley added. “We have had outstanding contests with Nebraska in the past and look forward to hosting the Cornhuskers in Beaver Stadium in 2011. The addition of Nebraska further strengthens the Big Ten brand and opens new, exciting opportunities for the conference.” “We are excited to continue playing Ohio State annually as we have since joining the Big Ten. The Penn State-Ohio State game has become one of the most highly-anticipated games by football fans across the nation. Our game with the Buckeyes has ultimately determined the Big Ten Champion in each of the last five years. We have experienced great competition with Wisconsin, Purdue, Illinois and Indiana and look forward to playing them and Ohio State every year for the opportunity to play in the Big Ten Championship game.” 2011 Penn State Schedule Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Indianapolis) 2012 Penn State Schedule Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 OHIO at Virginia NAVY TEMPLE at Illinois NORTHWESTERN at Iowa OHIO STATE at Purdue at Nebraska INDIANA STATE ALABAMA at Temple EASTERN MICHIGAN at Indiana IOWA PURDUE at Northwestern ILLINOIS NEBRASKA at Ohio State at Wisconsin Big Ten Championship Game (Lucas Oil Stadium;

BRACKETT AND OGBU ELECTED CO-CAPTAINS
·A pair of fifth-year seniors, Brett Brackett (Lawrenceville, N.J.) and Ollie Ogbu (Staten Island, N.Y.) were elected co-captains of the 2010 Penn State football team. Coach Joe Paterno made the announcement Aug. 31 at his weekly teleconference. The squad voted for captains the day prior. “It is such a tremendous honor to be named a captain by your teammates,” Brackett said. “Being a captain adds some responsibility, but it is a something that I am really looking forward to.” “I have looked up to so many great captains, like Sean Lee, Daryll Clark, Josh Gaines and Terrell Golden, so to be a captain myself, it feels really special,” Ogbu said. “It is a big honor to be voted a captain by my teammates.” A 6-6 wide receiver, Brackett entered the season with 17 career receptions for a 11.1 average and two touchdowns. The former Lawrence High School standout quarterback is primarily playing slot receiver this year, the position where he made 13 catches for 160 yards and one score in 2008. Brackett is president of Penn State’s Uplifting Athletes Chapter and has been instrumental in the organization and success of the Penn State Lift for Life to benefit the Kidney Cancer Association the past two years. In 2008, the Nittany Lion football team event broke the record by raising more than $81,000 for Kidney Cancer Association, a figure which was shattered by the 2009 total of more than $98,000. A three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree, Brackett earned his degree in marketing in December 2009. He is on schedule to earn a second degree, in economics, this December. A defensive tackle, Ogbu entering 2010 having started 22 games the past two seasons and has been instrumental in helping Penn State rank among the Top 10 defenses. The Nittany Lions had not allowed a 100-yard rusher in the past 16 games, the nation’s third-longest streak, trailing only Alabama and Ohio State. Ogbu made 30 tackles last season, with eight tackles for loss and two sacks, helping Penn State rank No. 6 nationally in rushing defense at 89.8 yards per game. The former Milford Academy standout forced a team-high three fumbles and ranked sixth with his eight minus-yardage hits. The 6-1, 300pound Ogbu made a career-high six stops vs. Akron last year, including 2.5 TFL. Ogbu is on schedule to earn his degree in sociology in December.

HAM, WARNER & ARRINGTON AMONG BIG TEN ICONS
The Big Ten Network began unveiling the Top 50 Big Ten Icons on Sept. 2 and former Nittany Lion All-Americans Jack Ham, Curt Warner and LaVar Arrington are listed at numbers 22, 42 and 46, respectively. Big Ten Icons No. 21-50 were announced daily at BigTenNetwork.com. Big Ten Icons, hosted by Keith Jackson, began Sept. 18 and moves into its Tuesday, 9 p.m. night time slot on Big Ten Network on Sept. 21. Penn State women’s volleyball 2009 National Player of the Year Megan Hodge was selected Big Ten Icon No. 49.

BIG TEN NETWORK TO TELEVISE 35-PLUS FOOTBALL GAMES IN 2010
The Penn State-Temple game aired on the Big Ten Network, as the Nittany Lions made their second appearance of the season on the network. The Big Ten Network will air 35-40 football games this season, with each school making a minimum of two appearances, including at least one conference game. The Big Ten Network televised four Penn State football games in 2009, as well as the 2010 Blue-White Game. The Big Ten Network is available to more than 75 million homes across the United States and Canada, and has agreements with more than 300 affiliates. The network, though, is not carried by Adams, Blue Ridge and MetroCast cable in Pennsylvania. The network also is not available to Armstrong Cable customers in western Pennsylvania and suburban Youngstown, Ohio. A combined total of more than 35,000 Penn State alumni live in communities served by the four cable providers, in addition to thousands more fans and current Penn State students. Most Big Ten Network football games will air at 12:00 p.m., with the remainder kicking off during the primetime window. ESPN/ABC have exclusive rights to air games during the 3:30 p.m. window. The Big Ten Network will televise approximately 400 events in 2010-11, nearly all in HD, including 35-40 football games, 108 men’s basketball games, 55 women’s basketball games, Olympic sport events and conference championships. The Big Ten Network is available in more than 90 percent of the homes in the eight Big Ten states and 19 of the nation’s top 20 markets. The network is available to more than 75 million homes across the United States and Canada, and currently has agreements with more than 300 affiliates, including DirecTV, DISH Network, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS, Atlantic Broadband, Beaver Valley Cable, Bright House, Cablevision, CATV Service, Inc., Charter, Comcast, Consolidated Communications, Cox (Cleveland, Omaha, Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Las Vegas,

BIG TEN FOOTBALL DIVISIONS SET; 2011, ‘12 CONFERENCE SCHEDULES ANNOUNCED
The Big Ten Conference announced on Sept. 1 football division alignments beginning with the 2011 season as recommended by conference directors of athletics and reviewed and supported by the Big Ten Council of Presidents/Chancellors. Nebraska will officially begin conference competition in 2011, giving the Big Ten 12 football programs for the first time in conference history. The winner of each Big Ten division will meet in the inaugural Big Ten Football Championship Game, to be played December 3, 2011, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The championship game will determine the Big Ten Champion and the conference’s participant in the Rose Bowl Game or Bowl

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ESPN COLLEGE GAMEDAY ORIGINATES FROM PENN STATE-ALABAMA
ESPN's popular College GameDay Built by the Home Depot program, with host Chris Fowler and analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard, originated from the Penn State-Alabama clash on Saturday, Sept. 11 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. College GameDay begins every Saturday at 9 a.m. on ESPNU and moves to ESPN from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. ET. College GameDay on ESPN Radio also originated from the Penn State-Alabama game, with coverage from 12:00-7:00 p.m. ET on ESPN Radio affiliates across the nation. Ryen Russillo is the host, with analysts Trevor Matich and Brad Edwards. This year marks the 17th consecutive season College GameDay Built by the Home Depot is originating from the site of the day's biggest game. Fowler, Corso and Herbstreit are in their 15th season together on College GameDay. The Sept. 11 broadcast marked the sixth time College GameDay has originated from a Penn State game in the past six seasons. The program was in Happy Valley for the 2005 and 2007 Ohio State contests and the 2009 Iowa game. College GameDay also originated from Penn State’s games at Michigan State (2005) and Ohio State (2008) since 2005, with the Nittany Lions winning the Big Ten Championship and a BCS berth both years. In addition, College GameDay originated from Penn State for the 1999 Pigskin Classic against Arizona and the 1997 game against Michigan.

STATE COLLEGE RANKED NATION’S NO. 2 COLLEGE TOWN
For the second consecutive year, State College, home of the Penn State Nittany Lions, has been ranked as the nation’s No. 2 overall college town. State College earned the No. 2 ranking in the 2010-11 College Destinations Index, compiled and announced by the American Institute for Economic Research. College towns were defined as having a population of 250,000 or fewer and at least 15,000 college students. Earlier this year, State College was ranked No. 10 in Forbes.com’s compilation of the nation’s top college sports towns, earning its second straight Top 10 ranking from Forbes.com. The American Institute for Economic Research determined its rankings for four population categories based on quality of life, academics and professional opportunities in the towns and their immediate areas. The Top 10 college towns in the 2010-11 College Destination Index were: 1. Ithaca, N.Y., 2. State College, Pa.. 3. Iowa City, Iowa, 4. Ames, Iowa, 5. ChampaignUrbana, Ill., 6. Charlottesville, Va., 7. Corvallis, Ore., 8. Bloomington, Ind., 9. Lawrence, Kan. and 10. Logan, Utah. The Centre Region has more than 75,000 residents and there are more than 42,000 Penn State students on the University Park campus for the fall semester.

STATISTICAL RANKINGS
NCAA & BIG TEN TEAM RANKINGS
Category . . . . . . . .Big Ten Rank . . NCAA Rank . . .Avg.
Scoring Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10th . . . . . . . . .T 76th . . . .23.2 Scoring Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2nd . . . . . . . . . .T 8th . . . .12.8 Pass Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9th . . . . . . . . . .72nd . . .209.5 Pass Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1st . . . . . . . . . .17th . . .158.5 Rushing Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9th . . . . . . . . . . .61st . . .159.2 Rushing Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7th . . . . . . . . .T 39th . . .117.2 Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10th . . . . . . . . . .67th . . .368.8 Total Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4th . . . . . . . . . .18th . . .275.8 Pass Efficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9th . . . . . . . . . .90th . . . .117.2 Pass Efficiency Defense . . . . . . . .6th . . . . . . . . . .44th . . . .116.8 Kickoff Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2nd . . . . . . . . . . .8th . . . .29.0 Punt Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5th . . . . . . . . . .69th . . . . .8.1 Net Punting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4th . . . . . . . . . . .31st . . . .40.5 Turnover Margin . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10th . . . . . . . . .T 80th . . . .-0.50 Turnovers Gained . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7th . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.75 Penalties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 2nd . . . . . . . . . . .1st . . . .2.75 Yards Penalized . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1st . . . . . . . . . . . .1st . . . .17.5 Sacks By . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 4th . . . . . . . . . .72nd . . . .1.75 Sacks Against . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 1st . . . . . . . . . .T 1st . . . .0.25 Third Down Conversions . . . . . . . . .5th . . . . . . . . . . .21st . . . .48.3 Opp Third Down Conversions . . . . .1st . . . . . . . . . . .3rd . . . .21.3 Punt Return Coverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15th . . . . .3.0 Kickoff Return Coverage . . . . . . . .2nd . . . . . . . . . . .21st . . . .18.5 Time of Possession . . . . . . . . . . . . .6th . . . . . . . . .T 27th . . .31:59 Red Zone Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . .11th . . . . . . . .T 100th . . . .73.3 Red Zone Defense . . . . . . . . . . . .T 9th . . . . . . . . .113th . . .100.0

BOLDEN EARNS BIG TEN’S INAUGURAL FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK HONOR
Two days after delivering the best passing performance by a true freshman starting quarterback in Penn State annals, Robert Bolden (Orchard Lake, Mich.) was named the Big Ten Conference’s inaugural Freshman of the Week on Sept. 6. He shared the honor with Michigan State running back LeVeon Bell. Named the Nittany Lions’ starter on Sept. 1, Bolden looked like a seasoned veteran in leading Penn State to a 44-14 season opening win over Youngstown State on Sept. 4. The 6-3, 221-pound Bolden was 20 of 29 for 239 yards, with two touchdown passes to wide receiver Brett Brackett (Lawrenceville, N.J.) to surpass Tony Sacca’s effort of 15-of-27 for 215 yards and no touchdowns in a 24-10 loss to Syracuse in 1988. Bolden was the first Penn State true freshman quarterback to start a game since Wally Richardson vs. Temple in 1992 and he directed the Nittany Lions to their 38th season opening win in Joe Paterno’s 45 seasons as head coach. Both of Bolden’s touchdown passes went to senior co-captain Brackett (20 and 22 yards), who broke his career-highs with eight catches for 98 yards. The former Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep standout exhibited great poise in helping Penn State to 41 unanswered points. On third down plays, Bolden was 8 of 9 for 124 yards, resulting in seven first downs and scoring strike. Bolden was not sacked and was intercepted just once, a second quarter pick that he quickly shook off by leading the Lions on a 68-yard scoring drive on their next possession, capped by a 20-yard bullet to Brackett over the middle. One of the nation’s most highly recruited quarterbacks in 2009-10, Bolden graduated from Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep and enrolled at Penn State in May. He led his team to the 2009 MHSAA Division 3 state championship game. A story on Bolden’s tremendous debut was featured in the Sept. 13 edition of Sports Illustrated.

NCAA INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS
Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Player . . . . . . . .RankAvg.Avg.
Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . .Collin Wagnerq . . . . . . . . .T 25th . . . . .9.5 Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . .Collin Wagner . . . . . . . . .T 2nd . . . .2.50

ESPN’S SPORTSNATION ORIGINATES FROM PENN STATE
Penn State was the last stop on ESPN2’s SportsNation as the program hit the road to tour selected Big Ten universities. On Thursday, Sept. 23 hosts Colin Cowherd and Michelle Beadle broadcast the program live from the Bryce Jordan Center (BJC). The program incorporates user-generated polls and games based on the day's leading sports news into a fun, interactive show. The Penn State episode aired live and featured polls and games involving the Nittany Lion football program with a visit by All-Big Ten point guard Talor Battle.

BRACKETT DELIVERS TOP CAREER GAME IN WIN OVER YSU
·Senior WR Brett Brackett set career highs in receptions, yards, and touchdowns against Youngstown State, as the co-captain caught eight passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. His leaping 22-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter was a career long, topping his previous best of 20 yards, set versus Temple in 2008, and in the second quarter vs. the Penguins, which gave the Lions the lead for good. Brackett entered the season with 17 career receptions for 189 yards and two scores.

POWELL 100-YARD KICKOFF RETURN JUMP STARTS SECOND HALF
Junior Chaz Powell electrified the Beaver Stadium throng with a 100-yard kickoff return to open the second half vs. Youngstown State. The return gave the Nittany Lions a 23-7 lead. Powell’s kickoff return for a touchdown was Penn State’s first since Derrick Williams took a kick back 94 yards for a score versus Illinois in 2008. Penn State’s last 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown took place in

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1975 by Rich Mauti at Temple. Rich Mauti is the father of current Nittany Lion linebacker Mike Mauti and former Lion wide receiver Patrick Mauti. Powell delivered Penn State’s longest play from scrimmage in 2009, when he hauled in a 79-yard catch and run for a touchdown vs. Iowa. and senior defensive tackle Ollie Ogbu. wins and No. 8 in appearances.

POSITION CHANGES
Among the Penn State players who have changed position since last season are: Quinn Barham (G to T); Glenn Carson (FB to LB); Garry Gilliam (DE to TE); Andrew Goodman (WR to DB), Brian Irvin (LB to DE); J.D. Mason (WR to TE); Chima Okoli (DT to T); Matt Stankewitch (G to C); Jonathan Stewart (DE to TE) and Stefen Wisniewski (C to G)..

BOWL LEADER AMONG BIG TEN TEAMS
Penn State leads all Big Ten institutions in bowl victories (27), appearances (42) and winning percentage (66.7). The Nittany Lions are 10-3 in post-season contests since starting Big Ten competition in 1993, winning four of their last five bowl games, including three New Year’s games (FedEx Orange, Outback, Capital One).

WAGNER CONNECTS ON TRIO OF 40-YARD FIELD GOALS VS. YSU
Senior placekicker turned in arguably his finest career performance in the win over Youngstown State by connecting on a trio of field goals longer than 40 yards.’ Wagner’s 44-yard effort in the first quarter got the Lions on the scoreboard first. Wagner’s 49-yard field goal into the wind in the second quarter was a career high. His previous best was a 47-yarder versus Minnesota in 2009. The former State College Aera High School connected on a 48-yard trey on the final play of the first half to give Penn State a 16-7 lead at the break. · Wagner surpassed his career total of 40-yard plus field goals made in the YSU game, going 3 of 3 (44, 49, 48 yds). He was 2 of 5 from 40-49 yards in his career entering the season. · Wagner made eight consecutive field goal attempts before a second half miss vs. Kent State. He was 4 of 4 vs. LSU in the 2010 Capital One Bowl, including the gamewinner in the final minute.

NUMBER CHANGES
Several Nittany Lions have changed numbers since last season, including: Mark Arcidiacono (73), J.D. Mason (88), Chima Okoli (52), Kenny Pollock (46), Jonathan Stewart (87), Nick Sukay (1), Derrick Thomas (5) and Malcolm Willis (10).

FIVE BIG TEN BOWL GAMES ON NEW YEAR’S DAY
The Big Ten’s post-season lineup for the 2010-13 seasons will include six bowl games to be featured annually on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, including five contests on Jan. 1. Last year, the conference announced four-year bowl extensions with the Capital One (vs. SEC), Outback (SEC) and Insight (Big 12) and new four-year bowl agreements with the Konica Minolta Gator, Texas and Dallas Football Classic. The Big Ten is in the midst of an eight-year extension with the Rose Bowl through the 2013 season. This new Big Ten bowl lineup will run concurrently with the latest Bowl Championship Series contract. The Big Ten's 2010-13 bowl lineup will begin in late December with the Texas Bowl in Houston against a Big 12 opponent, followed by six more post-season contests played over an estimated 26-hour period on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. The Insight Bowl will be played at night on Dec. 31, followed by five more conference bowl games over a roughly nine-hour period on Jan. 1, including the Dallas Football Classic (vs. Big 12/Conference USA), Capital One Bowl, Outback Bowl, Gator Bowl (vs. SEC) and the Rose Bowl Game.

FOUR GRADUATES ON ROSTER
Penn State boasts four players on the 2010 roster that have already graduated. The five Nittany Lions that have graduated are either enrolled in a second undergraduate degree or are taking graduate level courses. The following Nittany Lions have graduated: wide receiver Brett Brackett, tackle Lou Eliades, cornerback Shelton McCullough and tailback Evan Royster.

FIVE FRESHMEN TAKE THE FIELD
· Five true freshmen made their collegiate debut vs. Youngstown State: quarterback Rob Bolden, fullback Glenn Carson, linebacker Khairi Fortt, tight end Kevin Haplea and tailback Silas Redd. There have not been any additional freshmen who have made their debut since the YSU game.

91ST HOMECOMING ON OCT. 9
Illinois will provide the opposition for Penn State’s 91st Homecoming game on Oct. 9. Kickoff is set for 12:00 p.m. and the game will air on ESPN or ESPN2. The Nittany Lions have an impressive 65-20-5 record in front of the alumni audience, winning 39 of 44 Homecoming tilts under Joe Paterno.

LIONS A BLEND OF YOUTH AND EXPERIENCE
It was a productive and challenging eight months for the Nittany Lions since concluding the 2009 season by defeating LSU in the Capital One Bowl to post a second consecutive 11-2 record. Joe Paterno is leading a squad that returned 13 starters from last year, in addition to 10 players with starting experience. A total of 36 letterwinners returned, including sophomore linebacker Michael Mauti, who missed the 2009 season with a serious knee injury. The loss of a first-team All-Big Ten quarterback, three starting linebackers that were drafted, an AllAmerica defensive tackle, two tight ends that were drafted, a record-setting punter and a re-vamped offensive line are among the areas of focus entering Paterno’s 45th season as head coach. Seven starters are back on offense and five on defense, along with senior placekicker Collin Wagner.

SEASON OPENERS
With the Sept. 4 win over Youngstown State, the Nittany Lions own an impressive 103-19-2 (83.7) record in the first contest of the season, winning their last nine and 18 of the last 20. Penn State is 38-7 (84.4) in season openers under Joe Paterno and 111-12-1 in home openers overall.

INDIANA GAME AT FEDEX FIELD
Penn State will play just its second neutral site Big Ten game when it plays Indiana on Nov. 20 at FedEx Field in Landover, Md. The Nittany Lions will be playing in metropolitan Washington, D.C. for the first time since an October 2, 1993 contest at Maryland. FedEx Field, which opened in 1997 and has a seating capacity of 91,704, is the largest venue used by a professional sports team in the United States. Tickets for the game are on sale at www.GoPSUsports.com or 1-800-NITTANY.

SEVERAL ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA® CANDIDATES
The Penn State football team has had a least one ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American® in each of the past eight seasons, including a school record five in 2008 and three more in 2009. Senior center Stefen Wisniewski was a first team Academic All-American® last year and earned second team accolades in 2008. An honors student, Wisniewski owned a 3.92 cumulative grade point average through the spring semester and has an opportunity to become Penn State’s first three-time Academic All-American®. Other Nittany Lion Academic All-American® candidates should include: senior linebacker Chris Colasanti, junior defensive end Kevion Latham, sophomore center Matt Stankiewitch and junior linebacker Nate Stupar. Nominees for ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica® consideration must have at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average and be a starter or key reserve.

BIG TEN NO PLAYS
Penn State will not meet Purdue and Wisconsin in 2010 for the second consecutive year. With the announcement of the 2011 and 2012 conference schedules, after this year, the Nittany Lions will not face Michigan, Michigan State or Minnesota in a regular season game until at least 2013.

PAIR OF FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG TEN HONOREES RETURN
Among Among the 2010 returnees are two Nittany Lions who have earned first-team All-Big Ten recognition. Senior tailback Evan Royster earned first-team all-conference accolades in 2009 and was a second-team choice in 2008. Senior guard Stefen Wisniewski also was a firstteam selection last year and earned second-team All-Big Ten honors at guard in 2008. Wisniewski was selected a third-team All-American by Collegefootballnews.com and Pro Football Weekly last season at center. Five Nittany Lions that earned honorable mention AllBig Ten accolades last season also return: junior safety Drew Astorino, junior defensive end Jack Crawford, junior cornerback D’Anton Lynn, junior wide receiver Derek Moye

SECOND IN BIG TEN WINS SINCE 1993
Penn State is playing its 18th season as members of the Big Ten Conference this fall. Since 1993, the Nittany Lions are second in the Big Ten in overall victories with a 150-63 record. Penn State is 86-50 in conference contests, trailing only Ohio State and Michigan.

NATION’S BEST BOWL WINNING PCT.
The Nittany Lions are 27-13-2 overall in bowl games, with their 66.7 winning percentage tied for first in the nation among schools that have at least 15 bowl victories. Penn State is tied with USC, which has a 32-16 (66.7) post-season mark. Penn State ranks No. 3 in the nation with its 27 bowl

LIONS AGAIN LEAD NATION IN ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS®
For the second consecutive year, the Penn State Football program was at the head of the class in ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® selections. Three Nittany Lions repeated their Academic All-America® accolades on the 2009 team: senior linebacker Josh Hull, sen-

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ior kick snapper Andrew Pitz and junior center Stefen Wisniewski. Hull and Pitz become the seventh and eighth Nittany Lions to earn first team Academic All-America® honors twice. A program record five Nittany Lions were selected to the 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® team. Penn State has had 12 Academic All-Americans® over the past four years, with 10 first team honorees. During Joe Paterno's tenure, Penn State has had 44 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans®, with 34 earning first team honors. The Nittany Lions' 46 Academic All-Americans® all-time are No. 3 in the nation among FBS programs. The Nittany Lions also had 15 Academic All-Big Ten football honorees in 2009, improving their conference-leading total to 241 since starting conference play in 1993. community and gratitude for the profound expertise and care of our physicians, Jon Dranov and Wayne Sebastianelli," said Joe Paterno. "We see great things for this community and its future growth, and we are excited to be part of assuring continued excellence in our local healthcare, now and for generations to come." A kickoff announced the "Commitment to Distinction" campaign's goal in 2008. Significant gifts had already been committed by generous members of the community in support of a vital facilities expansion aimed at improving the patient experience at the Medical Center. The cornerstone of the expansion is the three-floor, 42,000 square foot expansion of the existing east wing. The addition of two in-patient floors and one intensive care floor will offer single-patient rooms and increase intensive care capacity. Lions from 1930-48. Suhey’s grandfather, Steve Suhey, was a letterman in 1942 and again in 1946-47, earning AllAmerica honors his senior season. He married one of Bob Higgins’ daughters, Ginger. Three of their sons, Paul, Larry and Matt (Joe’s father) played for Penn State in the 1970’s. One of Joe’s first cousins, Kevin Suhey, graduated in 2008 after playing for the Nittany Lions; - Tight end Mark Wedderburn’s older brother, Floyd, played tackle at Penn State, earning first team All-Big Ten honors in 1998; . - Senior guard Stefen Wisniewski also has strong family ties to the program. His father, Leo, was a standout defensive lineman for the Lions, lettering from 1979-81. An uncle, Steve Wisniewski, was a two-time first-team AllAmerica guard during his outstanding Penn State career (1985-88). - Sophomore Michael’s Zordich’s father, Michael, played at Penn State from 1982-85, earning first team AllAmerica honors as a senior before embarking on a 12-year NFL career. In addition, Graham Zug’s older brother, David, was a member of the Penn State Blue Band and punter Russell Nye’s father, Greg, is in his 19th year as the Penn State men’s golf coach.

LIONS RANK THIRD IN ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS®
Penn State ranks third nationally among the top schools in all-time ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica football selections (46) as chosen by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (FBS schools only). During Joe Paterno’s tenure, Penn State has had 44 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans® (34 first team).

PATERNO INDUCTED INTO COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME
Joe Paterno was inducted into the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame in December 2007, becoming just the third active coach to gain induction. He was formally enshrined into the Hall of Fame in July 2008. Paterno had been scheduled for induction into the Hall in 2006, but his induction was delayed for one year after sustaining serious leg injuries during the Penn StateWisconsin game on Nov. 4, 2006 Paterno was the 21st member of the Penn State football family to gain induction into the Hall, joining four former coaches and 16 players, seven of whom he coached John Cappelletti, Keith Dorney, Jack Ham, Ted Kwalick, Lydell Mitchell, Dennis Onkotz and Mike Reid. Former Nittany Lion coaches Dick Harlow (1915-17), Hugo Bezdek (1918-29), Bob Higgins (1930-48) and Rip Engle (1950-65) also are members of the Hall of Fame.

PATERNO HAS COACHED 26 FATHER-SON COMBINATIONS
Including eight current squad members, Joe Paterno has coached a total of 26 father-son combinations during his 45 seasons as head coach at Penn State. Some of the combinations include more than one son: CURRENT (YEARS LETTERED): Frank Ahrenhold (1969-71)/Tyler Ahrenhold (member of 2007-10 teams); Dan Delligatti (1983-84)/Nick Deligatti (member of 2009-10 teams team); Tom Hull (1973-73)/Mike Hull (member of 2010 team) Rich Mauti (1975-76)/ Michael Mauti (member of 2008-10 teams)/Patrick Mauti (member of 2005-09 teams); Steve Stupar (1979)/Nate Stupar (member of 2007-10 teams); Matt Suhey (1976-79) /Joe Suhey (member of 2007-10 teams); Leo Wisniewski (1979-81)/Stefen Wisniewski (member of 2007-10 teams); Mike Zordich (1982-85)/Michael Zordich (member of 200810 teams); PAST (YEARS LETTERED): Rich Buzin (1966-67)/ Mike Buzin (1996, ‘98); Bob Campbell, stepfather (1966-68)/Ryan Pinckney (2002); Fran Ganter (1968-70)/Chris (2002-04) and Jason Ganter (2005-07) Mike Guman (1976-79)/ Andrew Guman (2001-2004); Kevin Hart (1976)/ Mike Hart (2004-06) Pete Johnson (1967-69)/ Tim Johnson (2003); Dave Joyner (1969-71)/ Andy (played 1993-94) and Matt Joyner (1996-98); John Kulka (1966-68)/ Todd Kulka (1995); Ed Lenda (1965-66)/ Tyler Lenda (1999-2002); Charlie Pittman (1967-69)/ Tony Pittman (1992-94); Bob Rickenbach (1970-72)/ Eric Rickenbach (2000, ‘02); Jerry Sandusky (1963-66)/ E.J. (1991-92) and Jon Sandusky (1998-99); Mickey Shuler (1975-77)/ Mickey Shuler (member of 200509 teams); Terry Smith, stepfather (1988-91)/ Justin King (2005-07); Paul Suhey (1975-78)/ Kevin Suhey (2006-07); Victor Surma (1968-70)/ Vic Surma (played 2002-05);

FBS Academic All-America® honorees
(through 2009 season): 1. ................Nebraska .................................... 2. ................Notre Dame................................ 3. ................PENN STATE............................. 4. ................Stanford ...................................... 5. ................Ohio State................................... 98 49 46 40 36

NINE NITTANY LIONS ON NFL COACHING STAFFS
Nine former Nittany Lions aare members of NFL coaching staffs. They include Gary Brown (Cleveland Browns), Sam Gash (Detroit Lions), Ron Heller (Miami Dolphins), Mike Munchak (Tennessee Titans), John McNulty (Arizona Cardinals), Jeff Nixon (Philadelphia Eagles), Paul Pasqualoni (Dallas Cowboys), Darren Perry (Green Bay Packers), and Michael Zordich (Philadelphia Eagles). Former six-year Penn State assistant coach Jim Caldwell (1986-92) is entering his second season as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts after leading the franchise to Super Bowl XLIV in his first year.

TWELVE LIONS HAVE TIES TO PENN STATE FOOTBALL
Twelve members of the 2010 squad have ties to current or former Nittany Lion football team players and coaches: - Juinior Tyler Ahrenhold’s father, Frank, was a letterman for the Nittany Lions from 1969-71; - Redshirt freshman Nick Delligatti’s father, Dan, played for the Nittany Lions from 1982-85. - Sophomore Mike Furhman is the son of Chet Fuhrman, former Penn State Football strength and conditioning coach; - True freshman linebacker Mike Hull’s father, Tom, was a letterman for the Nittany Lions from 1971-73; - Rich Mauti was a letterman for the Nittany Lions in 1975 and ’76 and played eight NFL seasons. One of his sons, Michael, is a redshirt sophomore and another son, Patrick, was a senior in 2009; - Linebacker Kenny Pollock’s great uncle, Ben Pollock, played at Penn State from 1937-40, earning letters his final two seasons; - Wide receiver Ryan Scherer’s father, Rip, was a graduate assistant football coach at Penn State in 1974 and ’75. Ryan’s grandfather, Rip, lettered for the Nittany Lions in 1948. - Junior linebacker Nate Stupar comes from a family with multiple ties to Penn State, including his father, Steve, who was a lineman for Paterno in the late 1970’s. Uncles Ron, Doug and Jeff Hostetler all played for the Nittany Lions in the late 1970’s and early1980’s. - Junior running back Joe Suhey is a member of the one the most prominent families in Penn State football history. His great grandfather, Bob Higgins, was Penn State’s second All-American, in 1915, and earned All-America honors again in 1919. He served as head coach of the Nittany

PATERNOS PLEDGE $1 MILLION TO MOUNT NITTANY MEDICAL CENTER
Joe and Sue Paterno announced a $1 million pledge in June, 2009 at Mount Nittany Medical Center to watch the final steel beam hoisted atop the medical center's new east wing. Their gift is part of the most ambitious fundraising effort in the Medical Center's history. The Paternos' announcement came just minutes after they signed the steel beam, and before it was placed at the top of the multi-million dollar East Wing expansion during what the Medical Center dubbed its "sky breaking" ceremony. As residents of State College for more than 50 years, Joe and Sue Paterno have been long-time supporters of the Medical Center. Most recently and in addition to serving as co-chairs for the campaign, Joe and Sue Paterno were also heavily involved in the employee giving campaign, matching donations made by employees. "This gift demonstrates our continued pride in this

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Tom Williams (1973-74)/ Tom (2001) and Casey Williams (2002-03); Tom Wise (1978-80)/ Brent Wise (2003-05).

SEVENTH ANNUAL LIFT FOR LIFE PUSHES CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEAR $500,000 FOR KIDNEY CANCER ASSOCIATION
Penn State Football Uplifting Athletes' Eighth Annual Penn State Lift For Life® was a tremendous success, raising the cumulative total in contributions for the Kidney Cancer Association to nearly $500,000. Despite sweltering conditions in Holuba Hall on July 9, “Lift For Life” was a huge success drawing more than 3,000 fans and raising a record total of $98,461.35 to benefit the Kidney Cancer Association. The record total was nearly $16,000 more than was raised in 2009 and a far cry from the $13,000 raised in the events first year in 2003. Thanks to generous sponsors, fans and the participating Nittany Lion football players, “Lift For Life” has now raised an eight-year total of nearly $500,000 for the Kidney Cancer Association. Several kidney cancer patients from across the country were able to connect with one another and the Kidney Cancer Association at the event. In heat and humidity that made this year’s competition one of the most taxing in the events history, the team of “OH Jersey” claimed first place behind the efforts of wide receiver Brett Brackett, defensive end Jack Crawford, linebackers Gerald Hodges and Michael Zordich. The team of “We Pay To Play” comprised of running back Derek Day, cornerback Evan Lewis, defensive end Brian Irvin and safety Kyle Johnson was second. The 2010 Uplifting Athletes officers include Brackett (Lawrenceville, N.J.) as President and newcomers Mike Farrell (Pittsburgh), Ty Howle (Wake Forest, N.C) and Yancich (Washington) as Vice President, Head of Operations and Secretary, respectively. A chapter record 22 additional Nittany Lions devoted their time and effort into making the 2010 Lift for Life the best to date. More than 80 Nittany Lion football student-athletes tested their strength and endurance in the 11-event strength and conditioning challenge and then greeted fans and signed autographs for those in attendance. The Lift For Life® event is a strength and conditioning challenge that tests the mental and physical endurance of the student-athlete. Athletes are put through a challenging gauntlet of 11 exercises ranging from the traditional bench and leg presses to the less conventional giant tire flip and iron cross. Founded by Penn State Football teammates in 2003, Lift For Life has continued to build awareness and raise funds for the Kidney Cancer Association. The event is organized by Penn State Football Uplifting Athletes SM, whose members are on the Penn State football team, led by Brackett, president of the chapter. "Uplifting Athletes SM is a group of Penn State football players working together in an attempt to raise awareness and funds for rare diseases," said Brackett, a senior wide receiver. "These rare diseases affect fewer than 200,000 Americans and consequently little attention is paid to them. As college football student-athletes, we believe we are in a position to make a difference. Lift for Life is one way a small group of people can make a big impact on the lives of others." For more information about Penn State Football Uplifting Athletes SM or the Penn State Football Lift for Life, or to make a tax-deductible contribution, please visit http://www.upliftingathletes.org or contact Deloris Brobeck at 814-865-1946 during business hours. Uplifting Athletes, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that operates as a national charter and serves as a uniting force to help change the perception of rare diseases.

SECOND IN ATTENDANCE FOR SEVENTH TIME IN LAST DECADE
Penn State fans continue to prove why they are regarded as the best in the nation as they flocked to Beaver Stadium, the nation’s largest facility, in near-record numbers last year. Sports Illustrated has called Beaver Stadium on football Saturdays "The Great Show in College Football" and 856,066 fans played an active part during 2009 season, the second-highest total in school history. Among the most vociferous and passionate fans are more than 21,000 students who were rated No. 1 in the nation by ESPN the Magazine in 2008. Nittany Lion football fans ranked second in NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I-A) football attendance during the 2009 season, for the seventh time in the past 10 years. Penn State has finished among the top four in FBS attendance for 19 consecutive years. Penn State's loyal and enthusiastic fans delivered an average of 107,088 for eight home games in 2009, according to figures released by the NCAA. The school record average of 108,917 was set in 2007. Penn State's 107,008 average placed second among the 630 NCAA members surveyed, including 120 in the Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I-A). Michigan (108,933 avg.) led, followed by Penn State, Ohio State (105,261), Texas (101,175) and Tennessee (99,220). Georgia (92,746) was sixth, followed by LSU (92,489), Alabama (92,012), Florida (90,635), and Auburn (85,888). Since the 1991 season, the Nittany Lions have finished second in NCAA attendance in 1994, 2001, '02, '03 , '06, '07, `08 and ‘09, third in 1991, '92, '93, '95, `96, `97, `98 and '99 and fourth in 2000, '04 and `05.

tures the closeness between players, coaches and staff that is vital in Penn State maintaining its position as one of the nation's premier football programs. Every program this season will feature a profile on at least one member of the squad. The Penn State Football Story traveled to players' hometowns and interviewed family, friends and coaches to provide viewers more insight into some of their favorite players. The program airs every week during the Nittany Lions' football season throughout Pennsylvania and regional sports cable networks and channels throughout the nation. Mind Over Media, a Pittsburgh-based production company, produces The Penn State Football Story. Mind Over Media has six regional Emmys in the past 12 years for its work on Penn State football and men's basketball programming produced in cooperation with Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics. Among the Pennsylvania outlets carrying The Penn State Football Story are: WTAJ-TV, Ch. 10 (State College, Altoona, Johnstown); WPSU-TV, Ch. 3 (State College/Central Pa.); WLYH-TV, Ch. 15 (Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, Reading); WNEP-TV, Ch. 16 (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre); WFMZ-TV, Ch. 69 (Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton); WFXP-TV, Ch. 66 (Erie); FSN Pittsburgh and CSN-Philadelphia (Philadelphia/New Jersey/Delaware). The Big Ten Network, YES (New York) and MASN (Baltimore-Washington, D.C.), are among the other networks carrying the program across the nation. The Penn State Football Story will air on BTN on Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. ET every week. A complete listing of stations and networks that carry The Penn State Football Story can be found on GoPSUsports.com by choosing "Athletic Department" and going to the TV-Radio link for the listing of Radio-TV affiliates carrying Penn State football and basketball programming.

15 OF TOP 20 HOME CROWDS DURING PAST FIVE YEARS
Penn State has drawn 15 of its top 20 all-time home crowds during the past five season to the 107,282-seat Beaver Stadium, which was expanded for the seventh time under Coach Joe Paterno prior to the 2001 season. An energetic throng of 110,033 for the Nov. 7 showdown with Ohio State was the largest crowd of the season and the fourth-largest crowd in Beaver Stadium history.

UP NEXT
Game 6: vs. Illinois, Oct. 9, 12:00 p.m. ET in Beaver Stadium. Tickets: sold out. Radio/TV: The game will air on the Penn State Sports Network and www.GoPSUsports.com. ESPN or ESPN2 will televise to a national audience. Series: Penn State leads the series, 14-3. The Nittany Lions won, 35-17 in Champaign last year.

PENN STATE SPORTS NETWORK AIRS ALL NITTANY LION GAMES
All Penn State football and basketball games can be heard on the Penn State Sports Network, a division of Learfield Sports. Fifty stations in four states carry the Nittany Lion broadcasts, which can also be heard on GoPSUsports.com, the official website of Penn State Athletics. Steve Jones and Jack Ham are in their 11th season together calling the action. Football broadcasts on the Penn State Sports Network begin 90 minutes prior to kickoff with “The Penn State Tailgate Show presented by United Healthcare.” For a complete listing of Penn State Sports Network affiliates, go to: http://www.gopsusports.com/ot/radio-tv.html

BRIEFLY SPEAKING...
Penn State is in its 124th season of intercollegiate football and owns a 814-352-42 record, sixth nationally in alltime victories...The Nittany Lions’ opponents have a combined record of 36-9, with six of the teams still unbeaten, including the last five foes.

“THE PENN STATE FOOTBALL STORY” SEEN NATIONWIDE EACH WEEK
The Emmy Award winning program, The Penn State Football Story, again is airing on outlets throughout the nation. The Penn State Football Story has captured "Outstanding Sports Series" honors at the Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Awards several times in the past decade. Critically acclaimed, The Penn State Football Story cap-

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Nittany Lions Stop Unbeaten Temple, 22-13
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; Sept. 25 -- Evan Royster ran for a career-high 187 yards, Collin Wagner tied the school record with five field goals and Penn State held Temple scoreless in the final three quarters to record a hard-fought 22-13 win in Beaver Stadium. The No. 23/20 Nittany Lions improved to 54-14 (79.4) since the start of the 2005 season and 64-13 in non-conference games since joining the Big Ten in 1993. Joe Paterno earned his 397th career victory, boosting his overall record of 397-130-3 in his 45th season as head coach of the Nittany Lions. The Hall of Fame mentor is 27-0 vs. Temple, as the Nittany Lions improved their series lead to 36-3-1 over the Owls, who fell to 3-1. Penn State posted season-highs with 216 rushing yards and 439 yards of total offense. The Nittany Lions limited the Owls to 202 yards, a season-best for fewest yards allowed, and forced a season-high four turnovers. Wagner became the fourth Nittany Lion to kick five field goals in a game, joining: Travis Forney vs. Michigan State in 1998, Massimo Manca vs. Notre Dame in 1985, and Brian Franco at Nebraska in 1981. Wagner’s previous high for field goals in a game was four in the win over LSU in the 2010 Capital One Bowl. He earned Big Ten Special Teams PLayer of the Week for the first time in his career. Wagner’s six field goal attempts tied the school record for field goal attempts in a game. Travis Forney attempted six against Michigan State in 1998 and Massimo Manca attempted six at West Virginia in 1986. On the first play from scrimmage, Royster ripped off a 50-yard run, the longest rush by Penn State this season. The play would begin a huge day for the senior tailback, who eclipsed his previous high of 174 yards vs. Michigan in 2008. Royster’s total was the most by a Nittany Lion since Larry Johnson had 279 yards against Michigan State in the 2002 regular season finale. Royster, who tied his career-high with 26 carries, delivered his 13th career 100-yard rushing game, moving him into a tie with John Cappelletti for sixth place in the Penn State annals. The Nittany Lions are 13-0 when Royster gains at least 100 yards. The Doak Walker Award candidate has 3,215 career rushing yards, needing 13 yards to pass D.J. Dozier for fifth place and 184 yards to pass Curt Warner (3,398) for the school career record. Freshman quarterback Rob Bolden was 18 of 28 for 223 yards, delivering his third 200-yard game in the initial four games. Bolden completed third down passes of 19 yards to Graham Zug and 27 yards to Justin Brown in leading Penn State on a 96-yard scoring drive in the fourth quarter. Following a 17-yard run by Royster, fullback Michael Zordich carried three times for 11 yards, scoring on a one-yard run to make it 22-13 with 3:30 left in the game. Brett Brackett led the Nittany Lions with five receptions for 62 yards. Sophomore Justin Brown set career-highs with four catches for 84 yards, including a career-long 33-yard grab. Derek Moye made three catches for 27 yards. Temple gained 131 yards in the first half, but was limited to just 71 yards in the second half by the Nittany Lions. The Owls were held to just eight first downs in the game. Junior safety Nick Sukay grabbed his second and third interceptions of the season, becoming the first Nittany Lion to have two interceptions in a game since Lydell Sargeant had two in a win at Wisconsin in 2008. Sukay also made six tackles (four solo). Sophomore linebacker Michael Mauti recorded a career-best tying seven tackles for the third time this season to lead Penn State. Mauti had two hits at halftime and came out of the break by making two stops on Temple’s first possession. Junior linebacker Nate Stupar also made seven tackles, including a sack. He grabbed the second interception of his career later in the third quarter, returning it 31 yards to the Temple 12 to set-up Wagner’s go-ahead field goal. Linebacker Chris Colasanti also made seven stops and safety Drew Astorino had six. Sophomore DE Pete Massaro continued his strong play in his second start, recording three hits, with 1.5 tackles for loss, and forcing and recovering a fumble late in the game. On the first play from scrimmage, Royster ripped off a 50-yard run, the longest rush by Penn State this season. Wagner connected on a 45-yard field goal to give the Nittany Lions a 3-0 lead just 2:36 into the game. The Nittany Lions forced Temple to punt on its first possession, but on the Lions’ second drive, Royster fumbled and the Owls recovered in Penn State territory. Bernard Pierce scored on a five-yard run to give Temple a 7-3 lead. A 32-yard field goal by Wagner made it 7-6 with 2:58 left in the first period, but Temple came right back. A 51-yard run by James Nixon gave the Owls a first-and-goal and Pierce scored on a three-yard run with :10 left in the first quarter. The snap on the PAT attempt was bobbled and the two-point pass was incomplete, making the score 13-6. The Nittany Lions drew within 13-9 midway through the second quarter on Wagner’s third field goal, a 42-yard effort. Midway through the third quarter, an 18-yard Bolden to Brackett completion and a 14-yard carry by Royster set-up a 32-yard Wagner field goal, trimming the Temple lead to 13-12 with 4:12 left in the period. On Temple’s next possession, Stupar grabbed an interception at the Owls’ 43-yard-line, worked his way to the East sideline and was knocked out of bounds at the 12 to jolt the Beaver Stadium faithful. But, the Lions were forced to try another field goal and Wagner’s 21-yard effort with 1:38 left gave Penn State the lead for good. After the Nittany Lions forced another punt, they took over at their own four-yard-line and Bolden led Penn State down the field on a clinching 96-yard scoring drive, culminated by Zordich’s one –yard run with 3:35 left. The drive was longest for the Lions in terms of yards this season, and the longest drive since Penn State also had a 96-yard scoring drive against Indiana in 2003. The Nittany Lions raised their non-conference record to 64-13 (83.1) since joining the Big Ten in 1993, having won 18 of their last 20 non-conference games. Alabama and USC in the 2009 Rose Bowl are the lone setbacks. Penn State is 54-5-1 all-time against current members of the Mid-American Conference. Penn State won for the 36th time in its last 40 games in Beaver Stadium, dating to the 2004 Michigan State game.

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Scoring Summary PS-Wagner 45 FG T-Pierce 5 run (McManus kick) PS-Wagner 32 FG T-Pierce 3 run (Charlton pass failed) PS-Wagner 43 FG PS-Wagner 32 FG PS-Wagner 21 FG PS-Zordich 1 run (Wagner kick) Team Statistics First Downs Total Net Yards Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes (Comp-Att-Int) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards TU 8 202 156 46 8-19-3 7-44.7 2-1 1-4 PSU 20 439 216 223 18-28-0 3-41.0 3-1 4-25

Individual Statistical Leaders RUSHING PS-Royster 26 for 187; Green 11 for 15; Zordich 3 for 11, 1 TD; Suhey 1 for 4; Bolden 5 for -1 T-Nixon 2 for 64; Brown 12 for 48; Pierce 10 for 42, 2 TD; Stewart 5 for 5; Rodriguez 1 for 1; Team 2 for -3 PASSING PS-Bolden 18 of 28, 223 yds, 0 TD, 0 Int. T-Stewart 8 of 19, 46 yds, 0 TD, 3 Int. RECEIVING PS-Brackett 5 for 21; Brown 4 for 84; Moye 3 for 27; Smith 2 for 2; Gilliam 1 for 21; Zug 1 for 19; Royster 1 for 6; Green 1 for 2 T-Jones 3 for 27; Rodriguez 2 for 7; Matt Brown 1 for 9; Pierce 1 for 2; Mo. Brown 1 for 1. Attendance: 104,840

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THE BIG TEN CONFERENCE
Michigan Michigan State Northwestern Ohio State Wisconsin Indiana Penn State Iowa Illinois Purdue Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Conference 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 Overall 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 .750 .667 .500 .250

2010 OPPONENTS
YOUNGSTOWN STATE
(3-1) This Week: at Missouri State
URL: www.ysusports.com

ALABAMA
(4-0) This Week: vs. Florida
URL: www.rolltide.com

KENT STATE
(1-2) This Week: at Miami (Ohio)
URL: www.kentstatesports.com

This Week’s Schedule (ET)
Penn State at Iowa, 8:00 p.m. (ESPN) Ohio State at Illinois, 12:00 p.m. (BTN) Northwestern at Minnesota, 12:00 p.m. (ESPN) Wisconsin at Michigan State, 3:30 p.m. (ABC/ESPN) Michigan at Indiana, 3:30 p.m. (ESPNU) Purdue - idle

TEMPLE
(3-1) This Week: at Army
URL: www.owlsports.com

BIG TEN MEDIA SERVICES
Big Ten Release/Statistics: The Big Ten
Conference football release, with standings and statistics, is available at www.bigten.org. Statistics are available each Sunday during the season by 7 p.m. ET, with the complete release available each Monday by 5 p.m. ET.

IOWA
(3-1) This Week: vs. PennState
URL: www.hawkeyesports.com

Teleconference Schedule (ET)
12:00 – Jim Tressel, Ohio State 12:10 - Rich Rodriguez, Michigan 12:20 - Bill Lynch, Indiana 12:30 - Mark Dantonio, Michigan State 12:40 - Kirk Ferentz, Iowa 12:50 - Brett Bielema, Wisconsin 1:00 - Ron Zook, Illinois 1:10 - Danny Hope, Purdue 1:20 - Joe Paterno, Penn State 1:30 - Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern 1:40 - Tim Brewster, Minnesota 1:50 - Players of the Week (if available)

ILLINOIS
(2-1) This Week: vs. Ohio State
URL: www.fightingillini.com

MINNESOTA
(1-3) This Week: vs. Northwestern
URL: www.gophersports.com

NCAA statistics are available every Sunday
by 3 p.m. ET at: www.ncaa.org. Click on statistics and follow the prompts.

Big Ten Players of the Week will be
announced every Monday during the season.

MICHIGAN
(4-0) This Week: at Indiana
URL: www.mgoblue.com

Big Ten Website: Athletic information on
every Big Ten school and the conference is available on the Internet via the Big Ten Conference web site. News items, statistics and other features on Big Ten sports are available at: www.bigten.org.

PENN STATE FOOTBALL RELEASE/STATISTICS

Big Ten Coaches Teleconference: The Big
Ten will conduct a football coaches teleconference every Tuesday during the season, from September 1 to November 17. All 11 head coaches will be available to answer questions for 10 minutes. Following an opening statement, the next portion of each coach's segment will be designated for previewing their next game. Following the last coach, the conference's Players of the Week or other players also may be available for 10 minutes each. Please contact the Big Ten Communications staff (847-696-1010) for the phone numbers for the teleconference and 24-hour replay.

Information is available via the Penn State Athletics official website: www.GoPSUsports.com. The complete football release will be posted by 7:00 p.m. on Monday of a game week. Cumulative statistics are posted by 12 p.m. on Sunday. Football Release Schedule - Available on www.GoPSUsports.com Monday prior to game, unless otherwise noted:
Opponent Iowa Illinois Minnesota Michigan Northwestern Ohio State Indiana Michigan State . Date of Game Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Date Release Available (ET)

NORTHWESTERN
(4-0) This Week: at Minnesota
URL: www.nusports.com

OHIO STATE
(4-0) This Week: at Illinois
URL: ohiostatebuckeyes.com

INDIANA
(3-0) This Week: vs. Michigan
URL: www.iuhoosiers.com

Sept. 27 - 10:00 p.m. Oct. 4 - 10:00 p.m. Oct. 18 - 10:00 p.m. Oct. 25 -10:00 p.m. Nov. 1 - 10:00 p.m. Nov. 8 - 10:00 p.m. Nov. 15 - 10:00 p.m. Nov. 22 - 10:00 p.m.

MICHIGAN STATE
(4-0) This Week: vs. Wisconsin
URL: www.msuspartans.com

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THE LAST TIME
BY PENN STATE
100 Yards Rushing: 114, Evan Royster at Michigan State, 2009 150 Yards Rushing: 187, Evan Royster vs. Temple, 2010. 200 Yards Rushing: 279, Larry Johnson vs. Michigan State, 2002. 300 Yards Rushing: 327, Larry Johnson at Indiana, 2002. 30 Rushing Attempts: 31, Tony Hunt vs. Tennessee, 2007 Outback. 35 Rushing Attempts: 37, Curtis Enis at Purdue, 1997. Three Touchdowns Rushing: Evan Royster vs. Oregon State, 2008. Four Touchdowns Rushing: Larry Johnson vs. Michigan State, 2002. Five Touchdowns Rushing: Ki-Jana Carter vs. Michigan State, 1994. 70-Yard Run: 76, A.J. Wallace vs. Youngstown State, 2006. 80-Yard Run: 84, Larry Johnson vs. Illinois, 2002. 90-Yard Run: 92, Blair Thomas vs. Syracuse, 1986. Two Players Rushing For 100 Yards: Stephfon Green (120) & Evan Royster (105) at Illinois, 2009. 300 Yards Passing: 310, Daryll Clark at Michigan State, 2009. 350 Yards Passing: 353, Daryll Clark vs. Akron, 2009. 20 Pass Completions: 20, Rob Bolden vs. Youngstown State, 2010. 25 Pass Completions: 29, Daryll Clark vs. Akron, 2009. 30 Pass Attempts: 35, Daryll Clark vs. LSU, 2010 Capital One Bowl 40 Pass Attempts: 40, Daryll Clark vs. Akron, 2009. 50 Pass Attempts: 51, Rashard Casey vs. Iowa, 2000. Four Touchdown Passes: 4, Daryll Clark at Michigan State, 2009. Five Touchdown Passes: 5, Rashard Casey vs. Louisiana Tech, 2000. Four Interceptions Thrown: 4, Zack Mills at Boston College, 2004. 300 Yards Total Offense: 304, Daryll Clark (310 pass, -6 rush) at MSU, 2009. 350 Yards Total Offense: 358, Daryll Clark (253 pass, 5 rush) vs. Akron, 2009. 400 Yards Total Offense: 418, Zack Mills (280 pass, 118 rush) vs. Ohio State, 2001. 100 Yards Receiving: 120, Derek Moye vs. Minnesota, 2009. 150 Yards Receiving: 177, Chafie Fields at Miami (Fla.), 1999. 200 Yards Receiving: 216, Deon Butler vs. Northwestern, 2006. Two Players With 100 Yards Receiving: Deon Butler (133) & Jordan Norwood (127) vs. Michigan State, 2008 Back-to-Back Games With 100 Yards Receiving: Jordan Norwood (113 vs. Syracuse and 116 vs. Oregon State), 2008 10 Receptions: 10, Derrick Williams vs. Purdue, 2007. 70-Yard Reception: 79, Chaz Powell from Daryll Clark vs. Iowa, 2009. 80-Yard Reception: 80, Stephfon Green from Pat Devlin vs. Michigan Oct. 18, 2008 250 All-Purpose Yards: 289, Larry Johnson vs. Michigan State, 2002. 200 All-Purpose Yards: 241, Derrick Williams vs. Illinois, 2008. 150 All-Purpose Yards: 150, Evan Royster vs. Minnesota, 2009 Three Touchdowns Receiving: 3, Graham Zug at Michigan, 2009 Four Touchdowns Receiving: 4, Bobby Engram vs. Minnesota, 1993. Kickoff Return For Touchdown: 100, Chaz Powell vs. Youngstown State, 2010. Rushing TD, Receiving TD & Kickoff Return For TD: Derrick Williams vs. Illinois, 2008. 100-Yard Kickoff Return: 100, Chaz Powell vs. Youngstown State, 2010. Punt Return For Touchdown: 63, Derrick Williams at Wisconsin, 2008. 80-Yard Punt Return: 81, Bryant Johnson vs. Michigan State, 2002. Multiple Interceptions: 2, Lydell Sargeant at Wisconsin, 2008. Interception Return For Touchdown: 73, Navorro Bowman vs. Indiana, 2009 Fumble Return For Touchdown: 91, Navorro Bowman vs. E. Illinois, 2009 Blocked Field Goal: Jared Odrick at Northwestern, 2009 Blocked Punt: Andrew Dailey vs. E. Illinois, 2009 Blocked Punt For Touchdown: 0, Matt Hahn at Michigan State, 2005. Safety: Team (snap through the endzone) at Michigan, 2009 50-Yard Field Goal: 50, Kevin Kelly at Wisconsin, 2008 Four Field Goals: 4, Collin Wagner vs. LSU, 2010 Capital One Bowl Five Field Goals: 5, Collin Wagner vs. Temple, 2010

BY OPPONENT
100 Yards Rushing: 144, Trent Richardson, Alabama, 2010 150 Yards Rushing: 153, Mike Hart, Michigan, 2007. 200 Yards Rushing: 203, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Indiana, 2003. 35 Rushing Attempts: 44, Mike Hart, Michigan, 2007 (opponent record). Three Touchdowns Rushing: 3, Zak Kustok, Northwestern, 2001 & Dwayne Woods, Southern Mississippi, 2001. Four Touchdowns Rushing: 4, T.J. Duckett, Michigan State, 1999. 70-Yard Run: 79, Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois, 2006. Two Players Rushing For 100 Yards: Josh Davis (179) & Jammal Lord (100), Nebraska, 2003. 300 Yards Passing: 330, Drew Willy, Buffalo, 2007. 400 Yards Passing: 413, Mark Sanchez, USC, 2009 Rose Bowl. 25 Pass Completions: 28, Mark Sanchez, USC, 2009 Rose Bowl 30 Pass Completions: 32, Ben Chappell vs. Indiana, 2009 35 Pass Completions: 35, Kyle Orton, Purdue, 2004. 40 Pass Attempts: 40, Brian Hoyer, Michigan State, 2008. 50 Pass Attempts: 51, Ben Chappell vs. Indiana, 2009 60 Pass Attempts: 61, Brian Hoyer, Michigan State, 2006. Four Touchdown Passes: 4, Mark Sanchez, USC, 2009 Rose Bowl. Four Interceptions Thrown: 4, Drew Stanton, Michigan State, 2005. 400 Yards Total Offense: 429, Mark Sanchez (413 pass, 16 rush), USC, 2009 Rose. 500 Yards Total Offense: 536, Tim Schade (478 pass, 59 rush), Minnesota, 1993. 150 Yards Receiving: 162, Damian Williams, USC, 2009 Rose Bowl. 200 Yards Receiving: 285, Thomas Lewis, Indiana, 1993. 10 Receptions: 10, Damian Williams, USC, 2009 Rose Bowl. 80-Yard Reception: 80, Dominique Barnes from Kurt Hess, Youngstown State, 2010. 90-Yard Reception: 99, Thomas Lewis from John Paci, Indiana, 1993. Kickoff Return For Touchdown: 98, Dorien Bryant, Purdue, 2007. 100-Yard Kickoff Return: 100, Derrick Mason, Michigan State, 1994. Punt Return For Touchdown: 87, Willie Reid, Florida State, 2006 Orange. 80-Yard Punt Return: 87, Willie Reid, Florida State, 2006 Orange. Interception Return For Touchdown: 24, Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State, 2007. Fumble Return For Touchdown: 25, Tom Zbikowski, Notre Dame, 2006. Blocked Punt For Touchdown: 53, Adrian Clayborn, Iowa, 2009. Safety: team (fumble recovered by Penn State player in end zone), Iowa, 2009. Defensive Extra Point: 99, D.J. Johnson, Iowa, 2002. 50-Yard Field Goal: 50, Ryan Pretorius, Ohio State, 2007. .

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 SEASON SUPERLATIVES
➤ Penn State Individual Rushes: 26, Evan Royster vs. Temple Yards Rushing: 187 (CH), Evan Royster vs. Temple Rushing Touchdowns: 1, Five players, last Michael Zordich vs. Temple Longest Rush: 50, Evan Royster vs. Temple Pass Attempts: 29, Rob Bolden @Alabama & vs. Youngstown State Pass Completions: 20, Rob Bolden vs. Youngstown State Yards Passing: 239, Rob Bolden vs. Youngstown State Touchdown Passes: 2, Rob Bolden vs. Youngstown State Longest Pass Play: 55, Bolden to Moye vs, Kent State Receptions: 8, Brett Brackett vs. Youngstown State Yards Receiving: 98, Brett Brackett vs. Youngstown State Touchdown Receptions: 2, Brett Brackett vs. Youngstown State Longest Reception: 55, Derek Moye vs. Kent State Field Goals: 5 (PSU Record), Collin Wagner vs. Temple Longest Field Goal: 49, Collin Wagner vs. Youngstown State Punts: 4, Anthony Fera @Alabama Punting Average: 46.0, Anthony Fera vs. Kent State Longest Punt: 52, Anthony Fera vs. Kent State Longest Punt Return: 20, Devon Smith vs. Youngstown State Longest Kickoff Return: 100 (TD), Chaz Powell vs. Youngstown State Tackles: 13, Chris Colasanti vs. Youngstown State Sacks: 1.0, seven players, last Stupar & Massaro vs. Temple Tackles For Loss: 2.5, Devon Still vs. Kent State Interceptions: 2, Nick Sukay vs. Temple ➤ Penn State Team Offensive Highs & Lows Highs
Rushes Yards Rushing Rushing Average Rushing Touchdowns Pass Attempts Pass Completions Passing Yards Yards Per Completion Touchdown Receptions Total Offense Total Plays Yards Per Play Points Sacks Made First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers State Interceptions Made 46 vs. Temple 216 vs. Temple 4.7 vs. Temple 2 vs. Kent State & vs. Youngstown State 31 @Alabama 20 vs. Youngstown State 239 vs. Youngstown State 12.2 vs. Kent State 2 vs. Youngstown State 439 vs. Temple 74 vs. Temple 6.4 vs. Youngstown State 44 vs. Youngstown State 2 vs. Temple, Kent State & @Alabama 22 vs. Youngstown State 4 vs. Temple 25 vs. Temple 4 @ Alabama 3 vs. Temple

➤ Opponent Individual Rushes: 22, Trent Richardson @ Alabama Yards Rushing: 144, Trent Richardson @ Alabama Rushing Touchdowns: 2, Brandon Pierce vs. Temple Longest Rush: 33. Trent Richardson @ Alabama Pass Attempts: 36, Spencer Keith vs. Kent State Pass Completions: 221, Kurt Hess vs. Youngstown State Yards Passing: 229, Greg McElroy @Alabama Touchdown Passes: 2, Greg McElroy @Alabama & Kurt Hess vs. Youngstown State Longest Pass Play: 80 (TD) Hess to Barnes vs. Youngstown State Receptions: 11, D. Barnes vs. Youngstown State Yards Receiving: 134, D. Barnes vs. Youngstown State Touchdown Receptions: 1, four players, last Preston Dial @Alabama Longest Reception: 80 (TD), D. Barnes vs. Youngstown State Field Goals: 1, Jeremy Shelley @Alabama Longest Field Goal: 31, Jeremy Shelley @Alabama Punts: 7, two players, last Jeff Wathne vs. Temple Punting Average: 44.7 Jeff Wathne vs. Temple Longest Punt: 57 Jeff Wathne vs. Temple Longest Punt Return: 6, Leneric Muldrow vs. Kent State Longest Kickoff Return: 24, D. Barnes vs. Youngstown State Tackles: 11 Jaiquawn Jerrett vs. Temple Sacks: 1 Tahir Whitehead vs. Temple Tackles For Loss: 1.0, seven players, last Whitehead & Kroboth vs. Temple Interceptions: 2, Norman Wolfe vs. Kent State ➤ Opponent Team Offensive Highs & Lows Lows
29 vs. Youngstown State 127 @Alabama 4.1 vs. Kent State & @Alabama 0 @Alabama 28 vs. Temple 14 @Alabama 156 @Alabama 11.1 @Alabama 0 vs. Temple & @Alabama 283 @Alabama 58 vs. Youngstown State 4.6 @Alabama 3 @Alabama 1 vs. Youngstown State 17 @Alabama 1 @Alabama 5 @Alabama 1 vs. Temple & Youngstown 0 @Alabama & vs. YSU Rushes Yards Rushing Rushing Average Rushing Touchdowns Pass Attempts Pass Completions Passing Yards Yards Per Completion Touchdown Receptions Total Offense Total Plays Yards Per Play Points Sacks Made First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions Made

Highs

34 @Alabama & vs. Youngstown State 180 @Alabama 5.3 @Alabama 2 vs. Temple 36 vs. Kent State 21 vs. Youngstown State 229 @Alabama 14.3 @Alabama 2 @Alabama & vs. Youngstown State 409 @Alabama 61 vs. Kent State 7.1 @Alabama 24 @Alabama 1 vs. Temple 19 @Alabama 8 vs. Youngstown State 65 vs. Youngstown State 4 vs. Temple 3 @Alabama

Lows

25 vs. Kent State 58 vs. Kent State 2.2 vs. Youngstown State 0 vs. Kent State vs. YSU 19 vs. Temple 8 vs. Temple 46 vs. Temple 5.8 vs. Temple 0 vs. Temple & Kent State 202 vs. Temple 51 vs. Temple 3.7 vs. Kent State 0 vs. Kent State 0 vs. three teams 8 vs. Temple 1 vs. Temple 4 vs. Temple 0 vs. Youngstown State 0 vs. Temple

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL CAREER-HIGHS
PASSING
ROB BOLDEN
Attempts Completions Yards Touchdowns Long Completion Interceptions 29 20 239 2 55 2 @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010 & vs. Youngstown State, Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Youngstown State, Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Youngstown State, Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Youngstown State, Sept. 4, 2010 vs. Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs. Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 & @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010

RUSHING
ROB BOLDEN
Carries Yards TD Long 6 33 1 17 @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 Carries Yards TD Long

SILAS REDD
6 26 17

vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010

STEPHFON GREEN
Carries 13 @ Illinois, Oct. 3, 2009 Yards 132 vs. Temple, Sept. 20, 2008 TD 2 vs. Coastal Carolina, Aug. 30, 2008 Long 69 vs. Temple, Sept. 20, 2008

Carries Yards TD

EVAN ROYSTER
26 174 3

KEVIN NEWSOME
Attempts Completions Yards Touchdowns Long Completion Interceptions 5 4 34 0 14 0 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009

KEVIN NEWSOME
Carries 7 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 Yards 49 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 TD 1 three times, last vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 Long 16 @ Illinois, Oct. 3, 2009

Long 69 (TD)

at Iowa, Nov. 8, 2008 vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Michigan, Oct. 18, 2008 twice; last: vs. Oregon State, Sept. 6, 2008 @ Northwestern Oct. 31, 2009

DEVON SMITH
Carries Yards TD Long Carries Yards TD Long 2 twice, vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 18 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 0 18 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 four times, last @ Michigan State, Nov. 21, 2009 18 @ Michigan, Oct. 24, 2009 0 13 @ Michigan, Oct. 24, 2009 3

RECEIVING
BRETT BRACKETT
No. 8 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 Yards 98vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 TD 2vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 Long 22 (TD)vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010

CHAZ POWELL EVAN ROYSTER
No. 4 Yards 61 TD 0 Long 49 (TD) vs. Indiana, Nov. 15, 2009 at Purdue, Oct. 4, 2008 vs. Syracuse, Sept. 12, 2009 vs. Syracuse, Sept. 12, 2009 @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010 vs. Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs. Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs. Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 Carries Yards TD Long 2 vs. Coastal Carolina, Aug. 30, 2008 60 vs. Coastal Carolina, Aug. 30, 2008 1 twice; last: vs. Temple, Sept. 20, 2008 55 vs. Coastal Carolina, Aug. 30, 2008

JOE SUHEY

JUSTIN BROWN
No. Yards TD Long 4 84 0 33 vs. Temple., Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Temple., Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Temple., Sept. 25, 2010

DEVON SMITH
No. 5 Yards 61 TD 1 Long 48 (TD) No. Yards TD Long No. Yards TD Long No. Yards TD Long 1

MICHAEL ZORDICH
Carries Yards TD Long 3 11 1 8 vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010

CURTIS DRAKE
No. Yards TD Long No. Yards TD Long No. Yards TD Long No. Yards TD Long No. Yards TD 2 34 0 28 @ Michigan State, Nov. 21, 2009 vs. Indiana, Nov. 15, 2009 vs. Indiana, Nov. 15, 2009 vs. Indiana, Nov. 15, 2009

ANDREW SZCZERBA
twice last vs. Temple, Sept. 19, 2009 9 vs. Coastal Carolina, Aug. 30, 2008 0 9 vs. Coastal Carolina, Aug. 30, 2008 4 40 1 30 7 99 3 49 vs. Indiana, Nov. 15, 2009 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 @ Michigan State, Nov. 21, 2009 @ Michigan State, Nov. 21, 2009 vs. Ohio State, Nov. 7, 2009 @ Michigan State, Nov. 21, 2009 @ Michigan, Oct. 24, 2009 at Ohio State, Oct. 25, 2008

TACKLES
DEFENSIVE LINE
JACK CRAWFORD 5 JORDAN HILL 7 vs. Iowa, Sept. 26, 2009 GERALD HODGES 5 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 MICHAEL MAUTI 7 three times Last: vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 NATE STUPAR 12 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 JAMES VAN FLEET 3 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010

STEPHFON GREEN
5 vs. Southern California, Jan. 1, 2009 80 vs. Michigan, Oct. 18, 2008 1 vs. Michigan, Oct. 18, 2008 80 vs. Michigan, Oct. 18, 2008 four times, last @ Northwestern, Oct. 31, 2009 138 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 1 six times, Last @ Northwestern Oct. 31, 2009 55 vs. Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 1 3 0 3 7 96 1 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 vs. Iowa, Sept. 26, 2009 three times, last vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 vs. Iowa, Sept. 26, 2009 6

JOE SUHEY

@ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010

DEREK MOYE

GRAHAM ZUG

BRANDON MOSEBY-FELDER

CHAZ POWELL

KEVION LATHAM 3 vs. E. Illinois, Oct. 10, 2009 ERIC LATIMORE 5 @ Illinois, Oct. 3, 2009 PETE MASSARO 3 @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010; vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 OLLIE OGBU 6 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 CHIMA OKOLI 1 vs. Akron, Sept. 5, 2009 SEAN STANLEY 5 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 DEVON STILL 3 five times, last vs. Temple, Sept. 25, 2010 JAMES TERRY 2 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 BRANDON WARE 1 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010

DEFENSIVE BACKS
DREW ASTORINO 10 vs. Indiana, Nov. 15, 2009 ANDREW DAILEY 4 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 D’ANTON LYNN 9 @ Alabama, Sept. 11, 2010 NICK SUKAY 9 vs. Iowa, Sept. 26, 2009 SHELTON McCULLOUGH 2 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 STEPHON MORRIS 9 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010 STEPHEN OBENG-AGYAPONG 3 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 DERRICK THOMAS 2 vs Kent State, Sept. 18, 2010

Long 79 (TD)

LINEBACKER
CHRIS COLASANTI 13 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 KHAIRI FORTT 2 vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010 BANI GBADYU 8 twice, last vs. Youngstown St., Sept. 4, 2010

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 TEAM OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
YSU @Alabama First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Total Offensive Yards Plays Average Per Play Rushing Net Yards Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Passing Net Yards Attempts Completions Interceptions Sacked/Yards Lost Punts/Average Penalties/Yards Fumbles/Fumbles Lost Total Points Touchdowns Rushing Touchdowns Passing Touchdown Returns Other Touchdowns Safeties Kick PAT/Attempts Two-point PAT/Attempts Field Goals/Attempts Time of Possession 22 8 10 4 7/11 0/0 371 58 6.4 132 29 4.6 239 29 20 1 0/0 1/45.0 3/20 0/0 44 2 2 1 0 0 5/5 0/0 3/3 28:30 17 9 8 0 5/14 2/2 283 62 4.6 127 31 4.1 156 31 14 1 0/0 4/36.2 1/5 3/1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 1/1 30:33 Kent State Temple 21 11 9 1 10/16 0/1 382 70 5.5 162 40 4.1 220 30 18 2 0/0 3/46.0 3/20 2/1 24 2 1 0 0 0 3/3 0/0 1/2 34:21 20 10 10 0 6/17 0/2 439 74 5.9 216 46 4.7 223 28 18 0 1/19 3/41.0 4/25 3/1 22 1 0 0 0 0 1/1 0/0 5/6 34:31 @Iowa Illinois @Minnesota Michigan Northwestern @Ohio State @Indiana Michigan State

RED ZONE RECAP
PENN STATE
Opponent Series Result Pct. Opponent Youngstown St. 3 @Alabama 3 Kent State 4 Temple 5 TOTAL 11/15 TD, TD, TD 100.0 FG, INT, Fumble 33.3 TD, TD, FG, Missed FG 75.0 TD, FG, FG, FG, Downs 6TD, 5FG, INT, Fum, Downs 73.3 Youngstown St. 1 @Alabama 3 Kent State 0 Temple 2 TOTAL 6/6

OPPONENT
Series Result TD 2TD, FG 2 TD 5TD, FG Pct. 100.0 100.0 0.0 100.0 100.0

2010 OFFENSIVE STARTERS
➤ OPPONENT
Youngstown State @Alabama Kent State Temple WR Moye Moye Moye Moye LT Barham Barham Barham Barham LG Pannell Pannell Troutman Troutman C Klopacz Klopacz Klopacz Klopacz RG Wisniewski Wisniewski Wisniewski Wisniewski RT Eliades Eliades Eliades Eliades TE Gilliam Gilliam Suhey (1) Gilliam QB Bolden Bolden Bolden Bolden TB Royster Royster Royster Royster WR Brackett Suhey (1) Brackett Suhey (1) WR Smith Zug Brown Brown

(1) Opened with a fullback; (2) Opened wth two tight ends

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 TEAM DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
YSU @Alabama First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Total Offensive Yards Plays Average Per Play Rushing Net Yards Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Passing Net Yards Attempts Completions Interceptions Sacked/Yards Lost Punts/Average Penalties/Yards Fumbles/Fumbles Lost Total Points Touchdowns Rushing Touchdowns Passing Touchdown Returns Other Touchdowns Safeties Kick PAT/Attempts Two-point PAT/Attempts Field Goals/Attempts Time of Possession 14 8 5 1 2/12 2/3 264 59 4.5 75 34 2.2 189 25 21 0 1/8 7/40.6 8/65 1/0 14 0 2 0 0 0 2/2 0/0 0/0 31:30 19 10 9 0 3/10 1/2 409 58 7.1 180 34 5.3 229 24 16 0 2/10 3/37.0 5/33 1/1 24 1 2 0 0 0 3/3 0/0 1/2 29:27 Kent State Temple 12 3 9 0 4/14 0/0 228 61 3.7 58 25 2.3 170 36 20 2 2/13 9/33.3 4/43 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25:39 8 6 2 0 1/11 0/0 202 51 4.0 156 32 4.9 46 19 8 3 2/2 7/44.7 1/4 2/1 13 2 0 0 0 0 1/1 0/1 0/2 25:29 @Iowa Illinois @Minnesota Michigan Northwestern @Ohio State @Indiana Michigan State

CAREER STARTS
Player ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 Total Player ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 Total

KICKOFFS
SEASON
Player KO TB Fera 21 10 Wagner 1 0 Game KO YSU 8 @ Alabama 2 Kent State 5 Temple 7 Returns ReturnAvg. Kick Avg. 11 18.4 67.6 1 0 12.0 TB Returns Yds./R Avg. 4 4 16.0 65.0 0 2 17.0 41.0 3 2 17.5 69.6 3 4 21.8 69.0 — 4 5 – 2 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Ogbu (DT) Wisniewski (C) Royster (RB) Astorino (Saf) Eliades (G) Lynn (CB) Sukay (Saf) Moye (WR) Crawford (DE) Zug (WR) Gbadyu (LB) Troutman (G) Pannell (T/G) Powell (WR)

5 1 — —

10 12 12 3

— —

3 3

12 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 9 5 8 7 9

4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 4 2 2 -

31 30 29 18 17 17 17 16 16 13 12 10 9 9

Latimore (DE) Brackett (WR) Suhey (RB) Morris (CB) Still (DT) Barham (T) Bolden (QB) Colasanti (LB) Klopacz (C) Mauti (LB) Gilliam (TE) Stupar (LB) Brown (WR) Stankiewitch (G) Massaro (DE) Stanley (DE) Smith (WR) Drake (WR) Dailey (S)

2 2

1

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
➤ RUSHING (Attempts-Yards-TD)
YSU @Alabama Evan Royster Stephfon Green Silas Redd Rob Bolden Kevin Newsome Shawney Kersey Devon Smith Michael Zordich Curtis Dukes Joe Suhey Chaz Powell 11-40-0 6-32-1 3-20-0 1-1-0 3-21-1 2-7-0 1-5-0 1-5-0 1-2-0 9-32-0 5-13-0 5-26-0 6-12-0 2-9-0 1-24-0 2-8-0 1-3-0 Kent State Temple @Iowa Illinois @Minnesota Michigan Northwestern @Ohio State @Indiana Michigan State 11-38-02 26-187-0 11-59-0 11-15-0 6-24-0 4-33-1 5-(-1)-0 2-15-0 2-(-3)-0 1-1-0 3-11-1 1-0-0 1-4-0 1-(-3)-0 -

➤ RECEIVING (Catches-Yards-TD)
YSU @Alabama Derek Moye Brett Brackett Devon Smith Evan Royster Justin Brown Chaz Powell Joe Suhey Graham Zug Stephfon Green Brandon Moseby-Felder Garry Gilliam 5-61-0 8-98-2 1-27-0 3-18-0 3-35-0 3-69-0 1-17-0 5-47-0 2-(-6)-0 1-20-0 2-9-0 Kent State 4-87-0 1-17-0 3-61-1 1-7-0 1-9-0 1-2-0 2-16-0 2-12-0 2-6-0 1-3-0 Temple 4-84-0 5-62-0 2-2-0 1-6-0 4-84-0 1-19-0 1-2-0 1-21-0 @Iowa Illinois @Minnesota Michigan Northwestern @Ohio State @Indiana Michigan State

➤ PASSING

Rob Bolden
Youngstown State @Alabama Kent State Temple

Att. 29 29 27 28

Comp. 20 13 17 18

Yds. 239 144 217 223

Int. 1 2 2 0

TD 2 0 1 0

Kevin Newsome
@Alabama Kent State

Att. 1 3

Comp. 1 1

Yds. 12 3

Int. 0 0

TD 0 0

Justin Brown
@Alabama

Att. 1

Comp. 0

Yds. 0

Int. 1

TD 0

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
➤ TACKLES (Unassisted Tackles-Assists)
YSU @Alabama Chris Colasanti Bani Gbdayu Michael Mauti D’Anton Lynn Nick Sukay Stephen Morris Ollie Ogbu Nate Stupar Jordan Hill Drew Astorino Jack Crawford Sean Stanley Devon Still Pete Massaro Andrew Dailey Stephen Obeng-Agyapong Gerald Hodges Eric Latimore Derrick Thomas James Van Fleet Shelton McCullough James Terry Khairi Fortt Chima Okoli Brandon Ware Kevion Latham Graham Zug Derek Moye Curtis Dukes Derek Day Malcolm Willis 6-7-13 4-4-8 1-4-5 2-2-4 0-1-1 1-1-2 1-5-6 1-2-3 0-1-1 2-1-3 1-2-3 2-3-5 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-2-3 3-2-5 1-0-1 2-1-3 1-1-2 0-2-2 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-5-7 2-2-4 3-3-6 4-5-9 3-5-8 2-0-2 2-1-3 2-2-4 3-4-7 1-4-5 0-2-2 0-1-1 2-1-3 1-2-3 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 Kent State 1-6-7 2-4-6 2-5-7 1-1-2 0-4-4 3-6-9 3-0-3 0-3-3 0-2-2 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-0-1 2-2-4 0-2-2 DNP 2-0-2 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-1-1 Temple 1-6-7 1-2-3 3-4-7 0-0-0 4-2-6 1-1-2 0-2-2 3-4-7 1-1-2 3-3-6 0-1-1 1-2-3 1-2-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 @Iowa Illinois @Minnesota MichiganNorthwestern@Ohio State @IndianaMichigan State

2010 TACKLES FOR LOSS (SACKS)
YSU @Alabama Devon Still Jack Crawford Ollie Ogbu Pete Massaro Nate Stupar Eric Latimore Sean Stanley Chris Colasanti Gerald Hodges Banie Gbadyu Jordan Hill Michael Mauti 1.0 1.0 1.5 (1) 1 (1) 1(1) 0.5 0.5 Kent State 2.5 (1) 1.5 (1) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 1.0 0.5 Temple 0.5 (1) 1.5 (1) 1 0.5 0.5 @Iowa Illinois @Minnesota MichiganNorthwestern@Ohio State @IndianaMichigan State

0.5 1.0 -

2010 DEFENSIVE STARTERS
➤ OPPONENT
YSU @Alabama Kent State Temple

LE
Crawford Crawford Massaro Crawford

LT
Ogbu Ogbu Ogbu Ogbu

RT
Still Still Still Still

RE
Latimore Latimore Stanley Massaro

OLB
Stupar Mauti Mauti Mauti

ILB
Colasanti Colasanti Colasanti Colasanti

OLB
Gbadyu Gbadyu Gbadyu Gbadyu

LCB
Lynn Lynn Lynn Lynn

SAFETY
Sukay Sukay Sukay Sukay

HERO
Astorino Astorino Astorino Dailey

RCB
Morris Morris Morris Morris

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 SCORING DRIVES
Game YSU (7) Plays Yards Time 7 7 8 6 7 10 6 Alabama (1) 12 Kent State (4) 10 5 17 1 Temple (6) 5 13 11 6 4 12 51 60 74 34 8 96 2:26 6:00 5:58 2:28 1:35 5:59 FG FG FG FG FG TD 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th Wagner 45yd FG Wagner 32yd FG Wagner 42yd FG Wagner 32yd FG Wagner 21yd FG Zordich 1yd RUN 45 70 80 48 4:44 2:17 9:49 0:10 TD TD FG TD 1st 1st 3rd 4th Bolden 1yd RUN Royster 3yd RUN Wagner 27yd FG Bolden to Smith 48yd PASS 52 4:23 FG 4th Wagner 36yd FG 42 30 68 34 58 85 56 4:07 2:55 4:51 0:45 3:47 3:38 3:13 Result FG FG TD FG TD TD TD Qtr. 1 2 2 2 3 4 4 Score Wagner 44yd FG Wagner 49yd FG Bolden to Brackett 20yd PASS Wagner 48yd FG Bolden to Brackett 22yd PASS Green 6yd RUN Newsome 1yd RUN

OPPONENT DRIVES
Totals: 8 scoring drives (7 TD, 1 FG) Special Teams Touchdown: none

Longest Drives By:

Plays: 15 (80 yards, 6:14, TD vs. Youngstown State) Yards: 97 (9 plays, 4:04, TD @Alabama) Time: 6:24 (12 plays, 71 yards, TD @Alabama)

Totals: 18 scoring drives (8 TD, 10 FG, 1 Special Teams) Special Teams Touchdown: 100-yard Kickoff Return by Chaz Powell vs. Youngstown State

Longest Drives By:

Plays: 17 (80 yards, 9:49, FG vs. Kent State) Yards: 96 (12 plays, 5:59, TD vs. Temple) Time: 9:49 (17 plays, 80 yards, FG vs. Kent State)

LONG PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE
Yards 55 50 48 (TD) 33 31 27 27 27 24 23 22 (TD) 21 20 20 20 (TD) Type Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Player(s) Bolden to Moye Evan Royster Bolden to Smith Bolden to Brown Bolden to Moye Bolden to Brown Bolden to Moye Bolden to Smith Shawney Kersey Bolden to Brown Bolden to Brackett Bolden to Gilliam Bolden to Moye Bolden to Brown Bolden to Brackett Opponent Kent State Temple Kent State Temple @Alabama Temple Youngstown State Youngstown State @Alabama Youngstown State Youngstown State Temple @Alabama @Alabama Youngstown State

Penn State Offense (15)
2010 Game-High: 5 vs. Youngstown State Play # Long Passing 13 55 Bolden to Moye Rushing 2 50 Evan Royster Opp. Kent State Temple

Opponents’ Offense (9)
2010 Game-High: 6 @Alabama Play # Long Passing 6 80 - Hess to Barnes (TD) Rushing 3 51 - James Nixon Opp. Youngstown State Temple

2010 GAME NOTES

2010 PENN STATE FOOTBALL STATISTICS

2010 TURNOVER CHART
➤ PENN STATE: 7 GAINED Turnover YSU (0) @Alabama (1) Fumble Kent State (2) Interception Interception Temple (4) Interception Interception Interception Fumble 2nd Brackett (FR) by Lester 5/12 1 Punt Qtr Player Plays/Yards First Downs Result ➤ OPPONENTS: 9 GAINED Turnover YSU (1) Interception @Alabama (4) Interception Fumble Interception Interception Kent State (3) Interception Fumble Interception Temple (1) Fumble Qtr 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 2nd 3rd 3rd Player Rach of Bolden Lowery of Bolden Lester by Powell Lester of Bolden Barron of Brown Wolfe of Bolden Rainey (FR) by Royster Wolfe of Bolden Plays/Yards 6/19 9/97 0/89 4/18 6/23 2/4 5/13 3/6 First Downs 1 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 Result Downs TD Fumble Punt Downs Interception Missed FG Missed FG

1st 2nd

Lynn of Keith Thomas of Keith

10/45 1/(-2)

3 0

TD End of Half

2nd 3rd 4th 4th

Sukay of Stewart Stupar of Stewart Sukay of Stewart Massaro (FR) by Stewart

7/20 4/8 6/21 0/0

1 0 1 0

Downs FG Downs Game End

1st

Robinson of Royster

2/28

1

TD

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICAL LEADERS
Game Youngstown State @Alabama Kent State Temple Rushing Royster (40) Royster (32) Green (59) Royster (187) Passing Bolden (239) Bolden (144) Bolden (217) Bolden (223) Receiving Yards Brackett (98) Moye (69) Moye (87) Brown (84) Receptions Brackett (8) Smith (5) Moye (4) Brackett (5) Tackles Colasanti (13) Lynn (9) Morris (9) Colasanti, Mauti, Stupar (7)

2010 GAME NOTES

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PENN STATE DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
WIDE RECEIVER
6 Derek Moye (6-5, 202, Sr/Jr) 2 Chaz Powell (6-1, 196, Sr/Jr) 8 Brandon Moseby-Felder (6-2, 176, So/Fr)

DEFENSE
LEFT END
59 56 44 Pete Massaro (6-4, 255, Jr/So) OR Eric Latimore (6-6, 280, Sr/Jr) Kevion Latham (6-2, 252,Sr/Jr)

SPECIAL TEAMS
PUNTER
30 45 Anthony Fera (6-2, 210, So/Fr) Alex Butterworth (5-10, 191, Fr/Fr)

LEFT TACKLE
67 78 76 Quinn Barham (6-3, 298, Sr/Jr) Mike Farrell (6-6, 303, Jr/So) Nate Cadogan (6-5, 297, So/Fr)

LEFT TACKLE
85 47 99 Ollie Ogbu (6-1, 300, Sr/Sr)* Jordan Hill (6-1, 309, So/So) Brandon Ware (6-3, 337, Jr/So)

KICKER
36 Collin Wagner (5-9,183, Sr/Sr)* 30 Anthony Fera (6-2, 210, So/Fr) (Kickoffs) 28 David Soldner (6-1, 227, Jr/So)

LEFT GUARD
74 50 75 Johnnie Troutman (6-4, 323, Sr/Jr) DeOn’tae Pannell (6-5, 317, Jr/Jr) Eric Shrive (6-6, 299, So/Fr)

RIGHT TACKLE
71 93 91 Devon Still (6-5, 311, Sr/Jr) James Terry (6-3, 312, Jr/So) DaQuan Jones (6-3, 305, Fr/Fr)

HOLDER
83 11 Brett Brackett (6-6, 242, Gr/Sr)* Matt McGloin (6-1, 209, Jr/So)

KICK SNAPPER
60 54 57 Ty Howle (6-0, 290, So/Fr) (PAT/FG) Matt Stankiewitch (6-3, 293, Jr/So) Emery Etter (6-1, 230, So/Fr) (Punts)

CENTER
68 54 60 Doug Klopacz (6-3, 286, Sr/Sr)* Matt Stankiewitch (6-3, 293, Jr/So) Ty Howle (6-0, 290, So/Fr)

RIGHT END
81 90 84 Jack Crawford (6-5, 271, Jr/Jr) Sean Stanley (6-1, 242, So/So) Kyle Baublitz (6-5, 267, Fr/Fr)

KICKOFF RETURNERS
2 21 20 Chaz Powell (6-1, 196, Sr/Jr) Stephfon Green (5-10, 197, Sr/Jr) Devon Smith (5-7, 157, So/So)

RIGHT GUARD
61 64 73 Stefen Wisniewski (6-3, 306, Sr/Sr) John Urschel (6-3, 286, So/Fr) Mark Arcidiacono (6-4, 279, So/Fr)

OUTSIDE LINEBACKER
42 34 Michael Mauti (6-2, 229, Jr/So) Nate Stupar (6-1, 231, Sr/Jr)

RIGHT TACKLE
52 58 Chima Okoli (6-4, 291, Sr/Jr) Adam Gress (6-6, 293, So/Fr)

INSIDE LINEBACKER
48 33 40 Chris Colasanti (6-2, 241, Sr/Sr) Michael Yancich (6-2, 236, So/Fr) Glenn Carson (6-3, 233, Fr/Fr)

PUNT RETURNERS
19 20 28 Justin Brown (6-3, 216, So/So) Devon Smith (5-7, 157, So/So) Drew Astorino (5-10, 193, Sr/Jr)

TIGHT END
89 82 13 Garry Gilliam (6-6, 263, So/Fr) Kevin Haplea (6-4, 249, Fr/Fr) Mark Wedderburn (6-6, 229, Jr/So)

OUTSIDE LINEBACKER
15 11 54 Bani Gbadyu (6-1, 241, Sr/Sr)* Khairi Fortt (6-2, 233, Fr/Fr) Jamie Van Fleet (6-0, 224, Jr/So)

* Fifth-year senior

QUARTERBACK
1 12 11 10 Rob Bolden (6-3, 221, Fr/Fr) Kevin Newsome (6-2, 225, So/So) Matt McGloin (6-1, 209, Jr/So) Paul Jones (6-3, 239, Fr/Fr)

LEFT CORNERBACK
8 5 14 D’Anton Lynn (6-1, 200, Jr/Jr) Derrick Thomas (6-0, 178, So/Fr) Mike Wallace (5-9, 1834, So/Fr)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Mark Arcidiacono Archie-D-ack-ano Chris Colasanti COAL-uh-SAN-tea Lou Eliades EL-eee-AH-dees Khairi Fortt KIE-ree Fort Bani Gbadyu BAH-knee Bah-JUE Kevin Haplea Hap-LEE Ty Howle HOWL Doug Klopacz KLOE-packs Christian Kuntz COONTS Kevion Latham KEY-vee-on D’Anton Lynn DAN-ton Michael Mauti MAW-tee Derek MoyeMOY Stephen Obeng-Agyapong O-bing AJAH-pong Ollie Ogbu OG-boo Chima Okoli CHEE-ma OHH-Coal-eee DeOn’tae Pannell DEE-on-Tay Puh-nell Devon Smith DAY-von Smith Matt Stankiewitch Stan-CAV-itch Nathan Stupar STEW-par Andrew Szczerba ZER-ba Nick Sukay SUE-kay Stefen Wisniewski Wiz-NEW-Ski Michael Yancich Yan-SICH

RUNNING BACK
22 21 25 26 37 9 24 Evan Royster (6-1, 218, Gr/Sr) – TB* Stephfon Green (5-10, 197, Sr/Jr) – TB Silas Redd (5-10, 197, Fr/Fr) - TB Curtis Dukes (6-1, 237, So/Fr) - TB Joe Suhey (6-1, 227, Sr/Jr) – RB Michael Zordich (6-1, 236, Jr/So) - RB Derek Day (5-9, 196, Jr/So) - RB

FREE SAFETY
1 10 23 Nick Sukay (6-1, 209, Sr/Jr) Malcolm Willis (5-11, 217,So/Fr) Stephen Obeng-Agyapong (5-10, 196, So/Fr)

HERO
28 13 27 Drew Astorino (5-10, 193, Sr/Jr) Andrew Dailey (6-2, 222, Sr/Jr) Jake Fagnano (6-0, 203, Jr/So)

WIDE RECEIVER
83 5 Brett Brackett (6-6, 242, Gr/Sr)* OR Graham Zug (6-2, 185, Sr/Sr)*

RIGHT CORNERBACK
12 16 Stephon Morris (5-8, 185, So/So) Shelton McCullough (6-0, 187, Gr/Sr)

WIDE RECEIVER
19 20 Justin Brown (6-3, 216, So/So) OR Devon Smith (5-7, 157, So/So)

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2010 PENN STATE ROSTER
No.
38 73 28 67 83 84 3 1 83 19 45 76 40 51 96 48 81 13 24 39 31 65 7 24 26 33 77 57 27 78 30 62 49 11 44 15 89 18 79 21 58 75 82 47 6 60 43 52 36 91 10 30 15 4 68 72 29 17 44 56 14 8

Name
Ahrenhold, Tyler Arcidiacono, Mark Astorino, Drew** Barham, Quinn Bars, Brad Baublitz, Kyle Beachum, Brandon** Bolden, Rob Brackett, Brett*** Brown, Justin* Butterworth, Alex Cadogan, Nate Carson, Glenn Christie, Patrick Castor, Cody Colasanti, Chris** Crawford, Jack** Dailey, Andrew** Day, Derek Della Valle, Jesse Delligatti, Nick Dieffenbach, Miles Drake, Curtis* Duckett, Jonathan Dukes, Curtis Dupree, Andre Eliades, Lou** Etter, Emery Fagnano, Jacob Farrell, Mike Fera, Anthony Figueroa, Frank Firestone, A.J. Fortt, Khairi Fuhrman, Michael Gbadyu, Bani*** Gilliam, Garry Goodman, Andrew Graham, Luke Green, Stephfon** Gress, Adam Hailes, Evan Haplea, Kevin Hill, Jordan* Hodges, Gerald* Howle, Ty Hull, Mike Irvin, Brian Johnson, Kyle Jones, DaQuan Jones, Paul Keiser, Ryan Kenney, Alex Kersey, Shawney Klopacz, Doug Kolb, Khamrone Kowalishen, Kevin Kuntz, Christian Latham, Kevion* Latimore, Eric** Lewis, Evan Lynn, D’Anton**

Pos.
Saf G Saf T DE DE RB QB WR WR P T LB OL DE LB DE Saf RB CB LB C WR Saf TB FB T KS Saf T PK G P LB KS LB TE WR OL TB T DT TE DT LB C LB DE Saf DT QB DB WR WR C OL RB WR DE DE WR CB

Cl./El.
Sr./Jr. So./Fr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Gr./Sr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./So. Sr./Sr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Jr./So. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. So./Fr. Gr./Sr. So./Fr. Jr./So. Jr./So. So./Fr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Jr./So. Sr./Sr. So./Fr. Jr./So. Fr./Fr. Sr./Jr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. So./So. So./So. So./Fr. Fr,/Fr. Jr./So. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. Jr./So. So./Fr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Jr./So. Jr./Jr.

Ht.
6-0 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-6 6-3 5-10 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-6 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-6 6-0 6-4 5-10 6-6 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-6 5-10 6-1

Wt.
185 279 193 298 221 257 225 221 242 216 191 297 233 255 261 241 271 222 196 182 206 289 172 193 237 234 310 230 203 303 210 285 221 233 225 241 263 185 281 197 293 308 249 309 228 290 213 240 190 305 239 191 190 197 286 337 189 212 252 280 182 200

High School/Head Coach
Chestnut Hill Academy/Richard Knox St. Joseph’s Prep/Gil Brooks General McLane/Jim Wells Hillside/Ray Harrison Montgomery Bell Academy/Dan McGugin Central York/Brad Livingston Cardinal Mooney/P.J. Fecko Orchard Lake St. Mary's/George Porritt Lawrence/Rob Radice Concord/George Kosanovich Heritage Christian/Ron Qualls Portsmouth/Curt Clifford Southern Regional/Charles Donohue Sr. Boiling Springs/Matt Heiser Uniontown Area/John Fortugna Brother Rice/Albert Fracassa St. Augustine/Dennis Scuderi Washington/Tom Stacy Central Dauphin/Glen McNamee Shaler Area/Neil Gordon Grove City/Jeff Bell Fox Chapel/Bryan Deal West Philadelphia Catholic/Brian Fluck Bishop McDevitt/ Jeff Weachter Indian River/Cory Marsell North Point/Ken Lane Ocean Township/Sal Spompanato Chambersburg Area/Dave Carruthers Williamsport/Tom Gravish Shady Side Academy/Dave Havern St. Pius X/Robin Kirk Thomas Edison/Vaughn Lewis Mercersburg Academy/Dan Walker Stamford/Kevin Jones North Allegheny/Art Walker Quince Orchard/Dave Mencarini Milton Hershey/Bob Gayer George Washington/Ron Cohen Penn Trafford/Art Tragesser John F. Kennedy/Alex Vega West Mifflin/Tim Brennan Oscar F. Smith/Richard Morgan North Hunterdon/John Mattes Steel/Rob Deibler Paulsboro/Glenn Howard Bunn/David Howle Canon-McMillan/Guy Montecalvo Gettysburg/Sam Leedy Avon Grove/C.J. Hoffman Johnson City Senior/Fred Deinhardt Sto-Rox/Jason Ruscitto Selinsgrove/ Dave Hess State College Area/ Al Wolski Woodbury/Zack Valentine St. Joseph Regional/Tony Karcich Lake Braddock Secondary/Jim Poythress Northampton Area/Robert Steckel Trinity/Jeff Boger Page/Kevin Gillespie Middletown/Mark Delpercio Gettysburg/Sam Leedy Celina/Butch Ford

Hometown
Blue Bell, Pa. Holland, Pa. Edinboro, Pa. Durham, N.C. Nashville, Tenn. York, Pa. Struthers, Ohio Orchard Lake, Mich. Lawrenceville, N.J. Wilmington, Del. Indianapolis, Ind. Portsmouth, Ohio Manahawkin, N.J. Carlisle, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Leonard, Mich. Longport, N.J. Massillon, Ohio Bellefonte, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Grove City, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Evans Mills, N.Y. Waldorf, Md. Ocean, N.J. Chambersburg, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Cypress, Texas San Antonio, Texas Mercersburg, Pa. Stamford, Conn. Pittsburgh, Pa. Gaithersburg, Md. Carlisle, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Harrison City, Pa. Bronx, N.Y. West Mifflin, Pa. Chesapeake, Va. Annandale, N.J. Steelton, Pa. Paulsboro, N.J. Wake Forest, N.C. Canonsburg, Pa. Orrtanna, Pa. Landenberg, Pa. Johnson City, N.Y. McKees Rocks, Pa. Selinsgrove, Pa. State College, Pa. Woodbury, N.J. Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. Burke, Va. Northampton, Pa. Camp Hill, Pa. Greensboro, N.C. Middletown, Del. Gettysburg, Pa. Celina, Texas

PENN STATE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VS. IOWA, OCT. 2, 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG. 28
No.
88 59 63 42 16 11 16 12 8 6 12 29 23 85 52 86 50 46 2 25 41 55 53 32 22 81 75 20 28 54 90 87 71 34 37 1 80 93 5 27 70 74 64 54 19 36 14 99 13 10 61 33 35 9 5 41

Name
Mason, J.D. Massaro, Pete Mateas, Alex Mauti, Michael* McCullough, Shelton McGloin, Matthew McGregor, Shane Morris, Stephon* Moseby-Felder, Brandon Moye, Derek** Newsome, Kevin Nye, Russell Obeng-Agyapong, Stephen Ogbu, Ollie*** Okoli, Chima Olaniyan, C.J. Pannell, DeOn’tae** Pollock, Kenny Powell, Chaz** Redd, Silas Refice, J.R. Ricketts, Tom Rohrbaugh, Jon Royer, Dakota Royster, Evan*** Scherer, Ryan Shrive, Eric Smith, Devon* Soldner, David Stankiewitch, Matt* Stanley, Sean* Stewart, Jonathan Still, Devon* Stupar, Nate** Suhey, Joe** Sukay, Nick * Szczerba, Andrew** Terry, James Thomas, Derrick Tongue, Tariq Tortorelli, Anthony Troutman, Johnnie* Urschel, John Van Fleet, James* Venuto, Garrett Wagner, Collin* Wallace, Mike Ware, Brandon Wedderburn, Mark Willis, Malcolm Wisniewski, Stefen*** Yancich, Michael Zerbe, Pat Zordich, Michael Zug, Graham** Zwinak, Zach

Pos.
TE DE OL LB CB QB QB CB WR WR QB PK Saf DT T DE G LB WR TB DT OL KS LB TB WR G WR K C DE TE DT LB RB Saf TE DT CB WR G G G LB QB K CB DT TE Saf G LB FB RB WR FB

Cl./El.
Jr./So. Jr./So. Fr./Fr. Jr./So. Gr./Sr. Jr./So. Jr./So. So./So. So./Fr. Sr./Jr. So./So. Jr./So. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Jr./So. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Gr./Sr. Jr./So. So./Fr. So./So. Jr./So. Jr./So. So./So. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. Jr./So. So./Fr. So./Fr. Sr./Jr. Sr./Jr. So./Fr. Jr./So. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. So./Fr. Jr./So. Jr./So. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. Jr./So. So./Fr. Jr./So. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr.

Ht.
6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-8 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-5 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-8 6-6 5-7 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-6 6-3 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-9 6-3 6-6 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1

Wt.
236 255 308 229 187 209 205 185 176 202 225 163 196 300 291 230 317 194 196 197 265 268 224 218 218 167 299 157 227 293 232 246 311 231 227 209 254 312 178 165 265 323 286 224 217 183 184 337 229 217 306 236 236 236 185 226

High School/Head Coach
Philipsburg-Osceola/Jeff Vroman Marple Newtown/Ray Gionta Ottawa Sooners/ Andy McEvoy Mandeville/Guy LeCompte Randallstown/Albert Howard West Scranton/Mike DeAntona Central Cambria/Ken Bussard Eleanor Roosevelt/Tom Green Oxon Hill/Kevin Wolfolk Rochester/Gene Matsook Hargrave Military Academy/Robert Prunty State College Area/Al Wolski John F. Kennedy/Alex Vega Milford Academy/William Chaplick Salem/Robert Jackson Warren Mott/Tom Milanov Groves/Brendan Flaherty Lake Lehman/Carl Kern Susquehannock/Tom Waranavage King Low Heywood Thomas/Dan Gouin Valley View/George Howanitz North Allegheny/Art Walker Howard/Bruce Strunk Manheim Central/Mike Williams Westfield/Tom Verbanic Avon Lake/Dave Dlugosz West Scranton/Mike DeAntona Westlake/Dom Zaccarelli Manheim Township/Mike Melnyk Blue Mountain/Chuck Kutz Gaithersburg/Kreg Kephart Norwin/Daniel Conwell Howard/Dan Ritter State College Area/Al Wolski Loyola Academy/John Holecek Greensburg Central Catholic/William Colosimo Salesianum/Bill DiNardo Brandywine/Steve Dent Eleanor Roosevelt/Tom Green Holy Cross/Tom Pugh Haverford/Joe Gallagher Pemberton Township High/Hohn Rosnick Canisius/Brandon Harris Loyalsock/Richard Delaney Ithaca/Ed Redmond State College Area/Al Wolski Good Counsel/Bob Milloy Harrisburg/George Chaump Cardinal O’Hara/Dan Algeo Lackey/Doug Lamb Pittsburgh Central Catholic/Terry Trotten Trinity/Ed Dalton Wilson/Doug Dahms Cardinal Mooney/P.J. Fecko Manheim Central/Mike Williams Linganore/Richard Conner

Hometown
Philipsburg, Pa. Newtown Square, Pa. Ottawa, Canada Mandeville, La. Randallstown, Md. Scranton, Pa. Ebensburg, Pa. Greenbelt, Md. Fort Washington, Md. Rochester, Pa. Portsmouth, Va. State College, Pa. Bronx, N.Y. Staten Island, N.Y. Virginia Beach, Va. Warren, Mich. Southfield, Mich. Dallas, Pa. New Freedom, Pa. Norwalk, Conn. Jessup, Pa. Wexford, Pa. Ellicott City, Md. Lancaster, Pa. Fairfax, Va. Avon Lake, Ohio Scranton, Pa. White Plains, Md. Lititz, Pa. Orwigsburg, Pa. Rockville, Md. Irwin, Pa. Wilmington, Del. State College, Pa. Deerfield, Ill. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Wilmington, Del. New Castle, Del. Greenbelt, Md. Flushing, N.Y. State College, Pa. Brown Mills, N.J. Williamsville, N.Y. Williamsport, Pa. Ithaca, N.Y. State College, Pa. Silver Spring, Md. Harrisburg, Pa. Upper Darby, Pa. Marbury, Md. Bridgeville, Pa. Washington, Pa. West Lawn, Pa. Canfield, Ohio Manheim, Pa. Frederick, Md.

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