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Ohio State's Rush Defense To Face Test

Ohio State has allowed 100 rushing yards in two games following its loss to Wisconsin. Meanwhile, Penn State has averaged a little under 200 yards on the ground during a three-game winning streak. One team's positive momentum will come to a halt on Saturday.

Something has got to give when Ohio State hosts Penn State Saturday afternoon in a Big Ten game at Ohio Stadium. The Nittany Lions will start a former walk-on at quarterback in Matt McGloin, but it is PSU's rushing attack that has led the way in recent weeks. Senior tailback Evan Royster has rushed for 100 or more yards in his last two games, and freshman speedster Silas Redd is coming off a 13...

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