Monday, August 14, 2006
After a difficult loss in the Big House a relaxing easygoing trip to the heart of Illinois was just what the Lions needed to get back to their winning ways. Records fell throughout the Penn State books as the Lions racked up 56 points in the first half and Michael Robinson accounted for 6 touchdowns tying a record set in 1917. Defeating the Illini 63-10 resulted in many of younger players getting time and could prove to be a more important game than we all first thought as numerous first time starters this fall saw extended playing time. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick for numerous touchdown calls in this eighth installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archives.