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Four postgame reads on Penn State's 56-0 win over Georgia State

Not nearly as much as we will after their first road trip (also the Big Ten opener) to meet the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Not that we couldn't perceive it before yesterday's 59-21 home disaster against Oklahoma State but Pittsburgh is not a good team.

Pleas to Pitt students to stay in their seats to the end and receive a free drink (not vodka) went largely unanswered.

All of which calls into serious question not just the Lions' rather unimpressive 33-14 win over the Panthers in Beaver Stadium but their entire non-conference schedule.

Including 52-0 and 56-0 wins over Group of Five canned hams Akron and Georgia State, can anyone definitely say this schedule has prepared Penn State for conference play?


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  • Saquon Barkley not fazed by knock as Penn State routs Georgia State, 56-0Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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  • Anatomy of Penn State's longest pass play ever at Beaver StadiumAllentown Morning Call

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Four postgame reads on Penn State's 56-0 win over Georgia State


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