If you’re a Penn State fan, you’re likely still racking your brain about how the Nittany Lions lost to Indiana in that dramatic, instant classic game in Bloomington.

Despite the loss, the sky hasn’t fallen for Penn State, and the Nittany Lions now have a big chance to rebound starting on Saturday against Ohio State.

Though there will not be 100,000 fans in white in the stands, the game will still have some pomp and circumstance as ESPN’s College GameDay comes to Happy Valley.

With the Buckeyes coming to town, there won’t be much time for the Nittany Lions to mope following the Indiana loss.

After next Saturday, however, things should be looking up for Penn State. The only other ranked team on the schedule is Michigan, which doesn’t happen until Nov. 28. That gives some time for the Nittany Lions’ defense to come into its own.

Here’s how ESPN’s FPI sees the rest of the Penn State season going in terms of win probability.

  • Oct. 31 vs. Ohio State: 21%
  • Nov. 7 vs. Maryland: 97.6%
  • Nov. 14 at Nebraska: 82.3%
  • Nov. 21 vs. Iowa: 80.8%
  • Nov. 28 at Michigan: 55.7%
  • Dec. 5 at Rutgers: 89.8%
  • Dec. 12 vs. Michigan State: 95.5%