Penn State vs. Ohio State: 5 Reasons the Nittany Lions Could Upset the Buckeyes

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Penn State vs. Ohio State: 5 Reasons the Nittany Lions Could Upset the Buckeyes
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Coming off an enthralling quadruple overtime victory against Michigan, Penn State heads to Columbus this weekend to take on an unbeaten Ohio State team. 

In Bill O'Brien's first trip to Columbus as head coach, Penn State will look to end the Buckeyes' 19-game winning streak and destroy all hopes of a BCS National Championship berth. 

2011 was the last time Penn State played at Ohio State, and the Nittany Lions left with a 20-14 victory just weeks after the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal rocked the school. The two teams met last year in State College, and Penn State will look to avenge the 35-23 loss they suffered in that contest nearly a year ago.

Here are five reasons why the Nittany Lions could upset the Buckeyes this weekend. 

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