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Penn State Nittany Lions vs Buffalo Bulls football: Penn State media on the game

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By gameday, we've always talked ourselves out. But if you're like me, you wake up on gameday and can't sleep. You seen everything we can say from our Buffalo perspective. Behind Enemy Lines checks into the opponent's media and brings you the perspective of the other side.

Penn State has more people talking about them than Albany.

Penn State football to host Buffalo in home-opener - The Morning Call
Penn State football team to host Buffalo in home-opener at Beaver Stadium

Restart The Season With Buffalo - Onward State
It's time to move on from Temple and focus on Buffalo and the rest of the season for Penn State football.

Penn State football looks to shake up its offense against Buffalo - The Daily Collegian: Football
Though he only has so much to work with heading into this Saturday, Franklin said there may be some changes up front and in the offensive game plan as a whole when the Nittany Lions host Buffalo at noon at Beaver Stadium.

UNIVERSITY PARK: Penn State football: Terry Smith talks Buffalo, defensive communication | PSU Football |
In the shadow of Temple and on the brink of Buffalo, Penn State football cornerbacks coach and defensive recruiting coordinator Terry Smith spoke to media via teleconference on Thursday morning.

Penn State football James Franklin addresses midweek issues - The Daily Collegian: Football
James Franklin addressed midweek issues including the offensive line and replacing Nyeem Wartman-White after practice on Wednesday.

Penn State football notebook: Questions abound after historic loss - The Daily Item: Sports
UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State’s home opener is just days away, but judging by the questions asked at James Franklin’s press conference Tuesday and after Wednesday night’s practice, one would barely know it.

Pickel Penn State prediction: Lions get in the win column against solid but overmatched Buffalo |
Don't be surprised if: The Lions appear to be in danger of losing the lead at one point or another. Penn State should overpower their first home foe before all is said and done, even if it gives up a couple touchdowns, because Buffalo's defense is akin to Penn State's offense in the experience department.

Penn State-Buffalo: Lions 'D' must contend with Bulls feature back Anthone Taylor Saturday |
Penn State is in rebound mode and the consensus is the Buffalo Bulls, Beaver Stadium visitors Saturday, are a perfect foe for James Franklin's team.

Penn State football trying to correct communication issues - The Daily Collegian: Football
Penn State’s defense is lacking health and game experience. Last Saturday in Philadelphia, the Nittany Lions struggled with on-field communication in its 27-10 loss to Temple. At one point in the game, the Lions’ linebackers featured true freshmen Manny Bowen and Jake Cooper — who had their redshirts removed — as well as redshirt freshman Troy Reeder.

Buffalo coach prepares for 'very hungry' Penn State team
As he watched film on Buffalo's next opponent, Bulls coach Lance Leipold noticed that Temple "is a very good football team and I think people are going to see that throughout the year."

Penn State-Buffalo Game Notes - Football - Penn State University Official Athletic Site
Despite the relatively close proximity, this is just the third meeting between the two programs. Penn State traveled to Buffalo for the first meeting in 1900, but the two teams did not meet again until 2007. That meeting took place in Happy Valley, with a career day by Rodney Kinlaw leading the 12th-ranked Nittany Lions to a 45-24 victory.

Penn State opens as a 19.5-point favorite over Buffalo, Lions host Bulls Saturday at noon |
Buffalo opened its season with a 51-14 victory over Albany.

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