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Where Will Penn State Go Bowling?

Penn State completed its regular season by thrashing Maryland 66-3. The Nittany Lions, 10-2 overall, finished 7-2 in the Big 10. Now the Lions will wait until the conference championships are completed next weekend before finding out their bowl destination and opponent. Here are the bowls people are predicting Penn State will play in. The consensus is that the Nittany Lions will play in the Cotton Bowl, which will be played in Arlington, Texas, on Dec. 29. Kyle Bonagura at, Eric Singley at and Jason Kirk at all project Penn State playing TCU in the Cotton Bowl. also predicts Penn State will play in the Cotton Bowl, but they believe Auburn will be the opponent.

In Focus: Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley

Junior quarterback Trace McSorley is in the middle of another strong season for Penn State. He leads the Big Ten in passing yards per game (266.6) and has now thrown at least one TD pass in 25 straight outings. His completion percentage (65.0) is up measurably from 2016 (57.9). But those are numbers you can find anywhere. We wanted to take a deeper dive into McSorley’s junior campaign, so we’re putting our new partnership with Pro Football Focus to use. This stuff is not as detailed from a single-game perspective as our Andrew Callahan’s excellent Tale of the Tape features each week. Check out this week's breakdown of the offense and the defense But the PFF College reports allow us to take a look at patterns and trends developed over the course of a season. This is what we discovered, with all numbers courtesy of PFF.

Read more: In Focus: Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley

2019 Football Schedule

Date Opponent
Apr. 13 Blue White Game
Aug. 31 Idaho
Sep. 7 Buffalo
Sep. 14 vs Pittsburgh
Sep. 27 at Maryland
Oct. 5 Purdue
Oct. 12 at Iowa
Oct. 19 Michigan
Oct. 26 at Michigan State
Nov. 9 at Minnesota
Nov. 16 Indiana
Nov. 23 at Ohio State
Nov. 30 Rutgers
Dec. 7 Big Ten Championship--> FUTURE SCHEDULES

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