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12 Tweets: Twitter Reacts to Penn State-Northwestern 1st Half

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Penn State turned the ball over twice in its first three possessions but leads Northwestern, 14-0, at the half.

Sean Clifford threw his second interception of the season to end Penn State’s second possession, and fans weren’t happy about that.

He regrouped, however, and found tight end Brenton Strange for a touchdown later in the first quarter.
For the most part, Nick Singleton had a good half, finishing the half with 80 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries. He also fumbled twice and lost both of them.

After Kaytron Allen rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries last week against Central Michigan, he has gained 0 yards on 0 carries today, and to steal from Pepper Brooks of the 2004 classic “Dodgeball: A true underdog story,” “his absence is noticeable.”

There were good things and bad that happened to Penn State in this game’s first 30 minutes, and here’s how Twitter reacted to the positives and negatives.

 

 

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