Penn State literally buries game film
The Lions are going to drastic measures to forget about Saturday’s collapse against Temple.
By all accounts, it was a nightmare. Penn State allowed 10 sacks, 27 unanswered points and fell to an in-state Temple team that it hadn’t lost to in 74 years.
So naturally, the Lions are literally burying game film.
Cornerback Jordan Lucas told the media on Tuesday that the team decided to bury a hard copy of the Temple game film outside of the team’s practice facility. The entire team apparently joined in the digging and burying of Saturday’s film.
“I think that’s something that we needed to do to get moving forward and, you know, kind of give us that positive back and, you know, have a little fun with it. So, we buried the tape,” Lucas said to pennlive.com. “Temple’s over, we’re on to Buffalo.”
The defensive performance, however, wasn’t as bad as the score might indicate. Penn State racked up 15 tackles for loss and held the Owls to 3.5 yards per carry.
Still, the Lions offense needs to move on in a major way. James Franklin and Co. will look to get their first win of 2015 when Buffalo comes to Happy Valley on Saturday.
Luckily for the Lions, they’ll play five straight games in Beaver Stadium.