Penn State did not get the result it was looking for Saturday, but the season is far from over for the Nittany Lions.

Unfortunately, Minnesota came out of the gate on fire with 24 first-half points in front of a raucous crowd at TCF Bank Stadium. That quick start, combined with three turnovers by quarterback Sean Clifford, left Penn State unable to pull out a win in the 31-26 defeat.

Following Wednesday’s practice, safety Jonathan Sutherland admitted it was a rather disappointing performance for the Nittany Lions. However, everyone has shifted focus and is working on getting better.

Onward Sports shared Sutherland’s post-practice comments:

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Sutherland also said the Nittany Lions are getting ready for Indiana to throw the ball around and discussed the support of his teammates after receiving an inappropriate letter from a Penn State fan:

Though the loss to Minnesota was tough, Penn State gets a shot to rebound against an Indiana squad that was ranked at No. 24 on the AP Poll. The season is also far from over as the Nittany Lions will still face Ohio State down the road.