The 2010 Penn State Football schedule continues against Minnesota next. The 2010 Penn State Football schedule has led to a 3-3 record for the Nittany Lions so far, but the Big Ten season hasn’t been kind to them so far. Losses to Iowa and Illinois have been their experience in the conference so far. A tough game against then No. 1 Alabama also set them back a step, making it even tougher that they have to play Ohio State (the new No. 1) on November 13.
The final score of Penn State’s first game was 44-14, and Penn State begins the 2010 football season undefeated. Penn State went for 371 total yards with freshman quarterback Robert Bolden leading the way with 239 yards and two passing touchdowns. The running game wasn’t quite as strong, but the team effort ended up with 132 total rushing yards on the game. Kicker Collin Wagner hit on three field goals and four extra points, with his most impressive kick coming as a 49-yard field goal in the victory.
2010 Penn State Football Schedule
September 4 vs. Youngstown State (Win 44-14)
September 11 at No. 1 Alabama (Loss 24-3)
September 18 vs. Kent State (Win 24-0)
September 25 vs. Temple (Win 22-13)
October 2 @ No. 17 Iowa (Loss 24-3)
October 9 vs. Illinois (Loss 33-13)
October 23 @ Minnesota
October 30 vs. Michigan
November 6 vs. Northwestern
November 13 @ No. 1 Ohio State
November 20 vs. Indiana
November 27 vs.No. 13 Michigan State