EbeneInfo – United States – Live Updates: Iowa 34, Penn State 21 – Fourth Quarter

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Penn State returns to Beaver Stadium on Saturday in search of its first win this fall, heading into 3:30 p.m. Kick-off AND facing the possibility of a 0-5 start that didn’t Never experienced in program history The Nittany Lions face Iowa for a fifth straight season, welcoming a 2-2 Hawkeyes team to town after back-to-back Big Ten wins over Michigan State and Minnesota

Penn State has a six-game winning streak in this series, but recent history is of little use to a team looking for multiple answers through four losses, and this quest begins a quarterback change- back where James Franklin made the switch Sean Clifford at Will Levis: The Nittany Lions will be starved of preseason All-American tight end Pat Freiermuth on Saturday due to an undisclosed issue

Penn State has repeatedly tripped out of the gate in 2020, cumulatively beating 93-26 before halftime and never trailing less than 10 points when the third-quarter action began in losses to the Nebraska, Maryland, Ohio State and Indiana The Nittany Lions have struggled to stay competitive in a pair of previous contests at Beaver Stadium (Oct 31 versus State of Ohio; Nov 7 vs. Maryland), dropping seven total touchdowns in the first half while managing just 13 points along the way

This is the fifth consecutive season these two teams have met despite still close results – including a 2017 Pennsylvania State last-second victory in Iowa City – the Nittany Lions are undefeated during this period

Iowa 3, Penn State 0 (First quarter; 8:23) For the first time since opening the season, Penn State’s first possession didn’t end in a turnover (twice on drops and an interception), as quarterback Will Levis moved the chains with a stint to Parker Washington before things stalled and lead to a kick for the first time since the season opener, the PSU opponent did not score a touchdown on his first down Nonetheless, the Nittany Lions lag early, as Iowa kicker Keith Duncan converts a 40-yard basket to complete a nine-game, 55-yard practice

Penn State 7, Iowa 3 (First quarter; 2:12) Nittany Lions walk 75 yards in 14 games in just over six minutes Will Levis totaled 44 rushing yards on the way, but that’s the first-year running back Keyvone Lee who finished things off with a six-yard rush This is the second game in a row Lee has reached the end zone. First-year winger Theo Johnson caught his first two career passes during possession This marks Penn State’s first lead since Indiana QB Michael Penix reaches the pylon in overtime oct 24

Iowa 10, Penn State 7 (second quarter; 2:35 pm) The Hawkeyes respond quickly to Penn State’s touchdown, running 75 yards in just six games Iowa QB Spencer Petras opened possession with a pair of passes completed for 28 yards, then running back Mekhi Sargent used three carries to reach the PSU red zone Running back Tyler Goodson beat Nittany Lions linebacker Jesse Luketa in a one-on-one meeting en route to a 10-yard touchdown that puts Iowa back on top

Iowa 17, Penn State 7 (second quarter; 6:34) The Hawkeyes are capitalizing on the first turn in this contest, capitalizing with an eight-game, 41-yard touchdown Iowa has taken possession of the territory from Penn State after recovering a fumble resulting from sloppy field play from quarterback Will Levis to running back Keyvone Lee Hawkeyes QB Spencer Petras threw to tight end Sam LaPorta for what was originally deemed a touchdown , but he was dismissed at one, setting up a one-yard touchdown from Mekhi Sargent on a right tackle

Iowa 24, Penn State 7 (halftime) Iowa scores another touchdown with 11 seconds left in the first half, 21 unanswered points since Penn State took a 7-3 lead (Nittany Lions first advantage since Oct. 24) The Hawkeyes took possession in midfield after Penn State turned him over on tries for a second straight possession, as Will Levis threw an incomplete pass Iowa responded with a 49-yard walk through seven plays in 42 seconds Once again, Mekhi Sargent capped an Iowa streak with a one-yard touchdown 24-7 at halftime marks five consecutive double-digit deficits at halftime for these Nittany Lions PSU was outscored 117-33 in the first half of this year It’s 73-20 at Beaver Stadium

Iowa 31, Penn State 7 (third quarter; 6:45) The Nittany Lions are buried at Beaver Stadium, dropping another Iowa touchdown following new turnover After Will Levis was touched during from a pass attempt and spat football, the Hawkeyes deliver a 12-play, 54-yard workout that includes some key shots from Spencer Petras The Iowa QB finishes things off with a three-yard scorecard and Penn State has now given up 28 straight points since leading 7-3

Iowa 31, Penn State 13 (third quarter; 4:01) The Nittany Lions gain much needed momentum, as Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras loses possession after being tagged in the backfield and safety Lamont Wade recovers the fumble On the play that follows, Penn State returns to quarterback Sean Clifford, who lost his starting job this week, and the first toss results in a 28-yard touchdown on the tight end Brenton Strange Down 18 points, PSU chooses to kick an extra point but it is blocked

Iowa 31, Penn State 21 (third quarter; 0:07) Things are getting interesting at Beaver Stadium, as Penn State cuts Iowa’s big advantage again after a 50-yard misfit by the Hawkeyes kicker Keith Duncan (wide right), Sean Clifford is now going 2 for 2 today with two touchdowns After finding tight end Brenton Strange for 28 yards on his first throw in relief from starter Will Levis, he hits wide receiver Jahan Dotson in stride for a 68-yard touchdown Clifford then switches to running back Keyvone Lee on a screen pass, and the rookie finds the end zone with some blocking Within four minutes, PSU went from 24 points to a 10-point margin as the fourth quarter approached

Iowa 34, Penn State 21 (Fourth Quarter; 7:14) Momentary magic from the Nittany Lions bench QB Sean Clifford comes to a halt as his pass is flipped over the line, then intercepted by Chauncey Golston The Iowa took over on the PSU’s 23-yard line and eventually hit the six-yard line before defensive stand Keith Duncan connects on a 24-yard basket to extend the Hawkeyes’ advantage

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