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Watch: Clifford, Mustipher, Strange Talk Post-Northwestern

Photo by Penn State Athletics: Brenton Strange

STATE COLLEGE, PA — Penn State’s win over Northwestern was ugly.

But it’s better to win ugly than lose pretty.

Penn State (5-0, 2-0 Big Ten) hasn’t lost at all this season, although the team and its fans would have liked to beat lowly Northwestern (1-4, 1-1 Big Ten) by more than 10 points Saturday.

Nonetheless, the team is in a good place overall.

“We’re 5-0 so, so I can’t complain,” tight end Brenton Strange said, who finished the game with a 20-yard touchdown for his only reception, said. Obviously, we want to get better. We’ll find things to get better at on Sunday, but we’re 5-0, so I can’t complain right now.

Hear more from Strange, quarterback Sean Clifford and defensive tackle PJ Mustipher below.

 

 

 

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