The Penn State Nittany Lions lead the Temple Owls 7-3 at halftime. The Penn State offense has 270 total yards and has been able to move the ball effectively, but mistakes have prevented them from really turning those yards into points.
Matt McGloin went 14-22 for 213 yards, a touchdown and an interception in the air, and added another rushing touchdown right before halftime. Michael Zordich, pressed into heavier action due to injuries, has 60 yards on 11 carries. Allen Robinson caught another touchdown, and seven other receivers have gotten into the action with a catch.
Temple's offense has struggled to the tune of 96 total yards in the first half. Chris Coyer is 5-9 for only 39 yards, and has been sacked twice. Montel Harris has 24 rushing yards on 10 carries, and Coyer has 20 yards as well.
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