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These 2 Saquon Barkley TDs in Penn State’s win over Pitt show why he's inevitable

The game showed why PSU will be so hard to beat. There was a feeling about Penn State that never went away while the Nittany Lions were thrashing old rival Pitt at Beaver Stadium on Saturday: inevitability. The No. 4 Nittany Lions won, 33-14. If there was any question about how this would go, it was basically answered when PSU picked off Pitt’s Max Browne on the third snap of the game and definitely answered when the Lions had made it 14-0 10 minutes in.
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