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The Penn State Football team methodically dismantled Iowa during the 2023 White Out Game. Starting quarterback Drew Allar tossed four touchdowns in the win as the Nittany Lions snuffed out the Iowa offense.
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Allar has another methodical night
Once again, Allar's passing stats weren't explosive, with only 166 yards passing, but the sophomore quarterback tossed four touchdowns in the game. Allar completed 68% of his passes as the Nittany Lions kept things short and controlled.
The Penn State running attack wore down another opponent with 46 carries before the backups came in the game. Kaytron Allen and Nick Singleton combined for 38 carries and 121 yards in the competitive portion of the game. Penn State head coach James Franklin called his shot earlier in the week about how the game would play out.
"I also think in the Big Ten you look at statistically, we play good defense around here. There's going to be games where we've got to grind it out. You guys know Iowa. This is probably going to be another one of those games where we're going to have to grind it out. It's going to be a four-quarter game," Franklin said on Tuesday.
The problem for Iowa, was that Penn State was the only team dong the grinding. The Nittany Lions had four drives of ten-plus plays and another drive of eight plays, all resulting in points. The offense was unrelenting, going 4-4 on fourth down.
Penn State defense snuffs out another opponent
Once again, the Penn State defense set the offense up for success by smothering the Iowa offense. After an opening drive of six plays for 24 yards, Iowa didn't register another first down before Iowa put in their backups in the fourth quarter. The Penn State defense five straight three-and-outs with two fumble recoveries bracketing that performance.
Curtis Jacobs, Adisa Isaac and Chop Robinson all forced a tackle for a loss during the game, with Robinson registering his first sack of the season and Isaac putting up his second.
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