ESPN’s David Pollack explains how Penn State can beat Iowa

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Penn State is on the road for its biggest challenge of the season in Week 6. The Nittany Lions enter Iowa’s Kinnick Stadium for a matchup of top four undefeated teams in a significant Big Ten showdown with the Iowa Hawkeyes. Iowa and Penn State have been thriving on defense, but Penn State may have just enough offense to escape with a win on Saturday afternoon.

During the Friday edition of College Football Live on ESPN, analyst David Pollack gave his thoughts on how Penn State would defeat Iowa. According to Poollack, Penn State’s biggest advantage is the speed at the wide receiver position.

So far this season, Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford has thrown for 11 touchdowns and 1,336 yards. Clifford’s longest pass was 83 yards and went for a touchdown to KeAndre Lambert-Smith two weeks ago against Villanova.

Leading the way with the touchdown catches for the wide receivers is Jahan Dotson who has six touchdowns for 446 yards; second in touchdown catches is Parker Washington with two touchdowns with 331 yards. Rounding out the wide receivers is Lambert-Smith with one touchdown and 224 yards.

We will see if any of the wide receivers make the big plays to help the Nittany Lions remain undefeated on the season.

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