STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The booming fireworks that have rocked Beaver Stadium before each of the last few primetime games will be more fitting than usual on Saturday when two of the country's most explosive teams meet.
The two highest scoring offenses will square off as No. 9 Penn State hosts the No. 4 Buckeyes. What's on the line? How about a chance to play for a conference title and even a potential College Football Playoff berth.
"Three of the last four meetings have been decided by seven points or less," Penn State coach James Franklin said. "So this has been a very competitive series for the four years that we've been here."