November 17, 2010

10 Minutes or Less: 2004 Penn State at Indiana

Penn State was wallowing in a second straight losing season. But unlike the 3-9 season in 2003, the 2004 Penn State Nittany Lions had one of the finest defenses in college football, never surrendering more than 21 points in any of its 11 games.

That defense would come through in dramatic fashion on this crisp autumn day in Bloomington, as the Penn State football program faced one of the most critical turning points in its history. And it all came down to one series of downs inside the two yard line...

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  1. Nice Anthony Morelli cameo interception in there...he was soooo Penn State's future...he had all the tools...this sounds familiar

  2. Dude, don't even compare Morelli to Bolden. Bolden as a true freshman is light years ahead as far as maturity and leadership are concerned. Give him a full offseason to bulk up, learn more of the playbook, and improve his overall QB instincts and you will see a dramatic improvement.