We called it. I live in Pennsylvania, and I know there’s a lot of Penn State fans walking around right now with mouths open, but it happened. This https://noozbuffet.com, and it’s NCAA College Football Week 11.
Feature Game Follow Up
(5)Penn State at (17)Minnesota
Both teams came into this game undefeated (8-0), and only one left that way. Minnesota shocked the world of college football this weekend with a 31-28 upset win over the number five ranked Penn State Nittany Lions.
If you read the Feature Game Analysis than you already know we picked Minnesota to win this game straight up and cover the 6.5 point spread. Minnesota was getting 6.5 so they did both.
Table Seven is now 5-4-1 versus the spread, but I gotta tell you something, I was so happy for Minnesota I forgot all about the spread. The Golden Gophers are now 9-0 overall, and still in first place in the Big 10 West. With Ohio State’s win over Maryland, the Buckeyes and Minnesota are the only two teams still undefeated in the Big 10.
Minnesota scored first when Tanner Morgan passed to Rashod Bateman for a 66 yard touchdown. Penn State answered with a 45 yard touchdown run by Journey Brown.
Then it was Chris Autman-Bell’s turn as he caught a 21 yard touchdown pass from Morgan. Penn State kicked a field goal, and it was a 14-10 score at the end of the first quarter.
The Golden Gophers remained in the lead for the rest of the game until the final whistle blew. Penn State lead Minnesota in all offensive stat categories, but they lost the turnover battle (3 turnovers).
Minnesota’s QB Tanner Morgan was sensational (18-20, 339 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions). That’s almost a perfect game. WR Rashod Bateman was sensational (7 receptions, 203 yards, and 1 touchdown). After Penn State scored in the first quarter at almost the 11 minute mark, Minnesota’s defense kept them out of the endzone until the final minutes of the third quarter. That’s a tremendous defensive effort there.
Alright everyone I hoped you enjoyed this game. It was fantastic. We’ll see you all back here Thursday morning, November 14th, at 6 am for the Table Seven Top 6. It’s NCAA College Football Week 12 coming up.