PENN STATE – FOOTBALL 2013 – Penn State vs Michigan on Homecoming, October 12, 2013. LB Nyeem Wartman The freshman linebacker has all the tools to be great but he needs to hone his instincts. He got caught in some bad spots against Ohio State and should learn a lot this week watching that film. The ceiling is high for Wartman but it's time to start seeing improvement.
Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson hauls in a 36-yard pass behind Michigan defensive back Channing Stribling on the 1-yard line in the last minute of the fourth quarter at Beaver Stadium. The Lions scored on the next play to tie the game. Penn State beat Michigan, 43-40 in four overtimes. Joe Hermitt, PennLive.com
Somehow, Gardner got Michigan in range for Brendan Gibbons' 52-yarder to win it at the end of regulation. But it came up just short, setting up an overtime for the ages. There was nothing doing offensively for each side in the first overtime. Nittany Lions kicker Ficken missed a 40-yarder wide right and gave Michigan a chance to end it, but Gibbons' 40-yard try was blocked and gave Penn State a chance.
PENN STATE – FOOTBALL 2014 – The Blue-White game will be played at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12 at Beaver Stadium. Format. By all accounts, Penn State's spring game will be formatted very much like a normal football game. This will be a change from previous years, when former head coach Bill O'Brien implemented a rather unique scoring system.
Penn State running back Bill Belton (1) celebrates after scoring against Michigan in the fourth overtime period of an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa., Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013. Penn State won 43-40. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)