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Penn State vs. Ohio State: Nittany Lions Take 20-14 Lead To Fourth Quarter

COLUMBUS, Ohio--After a huge goal line stand, Ohio State takes over at its own 1-yardline and quickly runs out to the 30-yardline on some nifty runs by Dan Herron. 

Carlos Hyde fumbles on first down from the 36-yardline, however, and Nick Sukay recovers to give Penn State yet another short field. They Nittany Lions take over at the Buckeyes' 46-yardline.

Stephfon Green loses a yard on a first down carry, then Joe Suhey picks up three yards on a screen pass from Matthew McGloin to set up a 3rd-and-8. McGloin completes a screen to Stepfon Green, but he is stopped three yards short of the stick and Penn State is forced to punt.

Anthony Fera drops a beautiful kick onto the coffin corner, and pins Ohio State on its own 3-yardline to start this drive. Herron picks up four yards on first down, and that runs out the clock on the third quarter with Penn State still ahead of Ohio State 20-14 as we move to the final frame.

Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.