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NO. 10 PENN STATE (5-0, 2-0) at NO. 17 IOWA (4-1, 1-1)
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m tonight (6:30 p.m. CST).
Site: Kinnick Stadium.
TV: ABC. (Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge and Holly Rowe).
Radio: Penn State Radio Network.
Listen: SiriusXM (free trial)
Series: Penn State leads 16-12.
Last meeting: Penn State defeated Iowa 30-24 last fall at Beaver Stadium.
Last meeting at Kinnick Stadium: Penn State edged Iowa 21-19 in 2017.
The spread: Oddsmakers say Penn State by 3.5. The total is 41.
Matchup to watch: Penn State offensive tackle Rasheed Walker vs. Iowa defensive end A.J. Epenesa.
The Big Question: Can Iowa’s offense score enough points against Penn State’s athletic, deep defense?
He said it: “We pride ourselves in rushing the quarterback. Those D-linemen do almost every day in practice, practicing and we got guys like Yetur (Gross-Matos) and Shaka (Toney), it’s like, no wonder. Those guys are impressive as hell, and they push me to get better, even every time I go up to rush, they help me get better.” — Penn State OLB Micah Parsons, on whether he takes pride in the fact the Lions are tops in the country in sacks per game.