Monday, August 14, 2006
Under the lights of Beaver Stadium the biggest game in recent Penn State history played out as every fan in blue and white could have hoped. A defensive struggle the entire way, the Lions took control of the game in the second quarter scoring on a Derrick Williams run and an interception by Calvin Lowry on the following OSU possession that would lead to a Michael Robinson touchdown. Troy Smith tried to lead the Buckeyes back but could not deal with the pressure from the Nittany Lions and fumbled with 1:21 left to play due to a sack by Tamba Hali. Join Mike Wolf & Joey Gulino for a classic Penn State victory in this sixth installment of the Blue White Football Podcast archive.