Posted October 30, 2011 on
See how the defensive end came up with a clutch play in Penn State's 10-7 win over Illinois at Beaver Stadium Saturday.
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For most of Saturday’s Big Ten matchup between Penn State and Illinois, the Penn State offense was stagnant.
But Silas Redd’s 3-yard run with just a minute left in the fourth quarter gave the Nittany Lions a 10-7 lead that they would not relinquish.
The win was Penn State head coach Joe Paterno's career 409 win, the most of any coach in Division I college football.
No matter how much longer Joe Paterno plans to coach, the 100,000-plus fans who pack Beaver Stadium on Saturday could witness one of the final milestones of his Hall of Fame career.
A victory over Illinois would give Paterno 409 with No. 21 Penn State, breaking a tie with Grambling State's Eddie Robinson for most wins among Division I coaches. Only John Gagliardi, still active...
Penn State senior DT Devon Still (Wilmington, Del.) has been named a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award, presented annually to the nation's defensive player of the year by the Maxwell Football Club.
Penn State's sophomore quarterback takes heat from the Illini, fans and even former Nittany Lions as the battle for playing time tilts decidedly in McGloin's favor.
How many Penn State fans does it take to will an opposing team’s field goal into the goal post? Answer: quite a few. On Saturday, Penn State and Illinois played in one of the ugliest games of the day, and Illinois had an opportunity to tie the game with a lengthy field goal as time [...]
Silas Redd's (Norwalk, Conn.) three-yard touchdown run with 1:08 left in the game propelled No. 19 Penn State to a 10-7 victory against Illinois on Saturday.
Joe Paterno broke Eddie Robinson's record for victories by a Division I coach with No. 409 in Penn State's sloppy 10-7 win against Illinois on Saturday.
A: I guess it's just something this team has inside them - needing to make a play, needing to getthe job done to do what it takes to get another win. Offense really played bad all day, I don't knowif it was the weather or what it was, we really didn't get it going early on. But in situations like that,we're going to rise and we're going to get it done.
See who made the grade and who came up short in the Nittany Lions' win over the Illini at Beaver Stadium Saturday.