Penn State Vs. Temple: Evan Lewis Misses Again

PHILADELPHIA--Matthew McGloin is still in there for Penn State at quarterback.

Justin Brown pulls in another reception for Penn State, but he's injured on the play. He's holding his arm a little bit coming off the field.

Now Chima Okoli is down. He went off earlier and came back, but he's helped off the field for the second straight week after rolling an ankle against Alabama.

Penn State is forced to punt after failing to covert a 3rd-and-1. Against Temple. Penn State failed to convert a 3rd-and-1 down three points against Temple. Chilling turn of events if you're a Nittany Lion fan.

Temple will take over on its own 23. Mike Gerardi returns for the Owls at quarterback, and completes a 17-yard pass on his first play. Chaz Powell picks off a third down pass, however, and takes it back to the Temple 26. Penn State with a golden, golden opportunity now with 11:42 remaining in the game.

McGloin is back at quarterback to start this drive, but after missing on a deep ball to Derek Moye in the end zone, Penn State goes no where. This forces a field goal, and Evan Lewis misses yet again, this time from 36-yards. It's getting bizarre here, folks.

With 10:43 to play, Temple still leads 10-7.

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