Monday, August 14, 2006
After a week to ponder an unimpressive offense in game one, Penn State fans were back in Beaver Stadium for the Lion's second straight Big East oppenent. The PSU defense forced four Bearcat turnovers and the offense showed the first signs of big play ability with two touchdowns on plays over 40 yards. Not only did Michael Robinson find freshman for big plays he also completed a TD to tight end Patrick Hall on a botched goaline play. Penn State would go on to lead 42-10 before Cincinnati scored twice in the final minute to end the Lions 12 game streak of not allowing more than 21 points. The Nittany Lions would move to 2-0 on the season with the 42-24 victory and would prepare for one last tune up before Big Ten play began. Tune in as Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick had the call in this second installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archives.