Penn State Literally Buries Tape of Temple Game Following Loss

Katie Richcreek@BookstoreKatieFeatured ColumnistSeptember 8, 2015

Penn State dropped its season opener 27-10 to Temple on Saturday, a devastating memory the Nittany Lions would like to leave in the past.

But burying the game tape in the ground apparently worked too—as in the literal ground—"with a shovel on the practice field," to quote safety Jordan Lucas.

The senior explained the decision to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Audrey Snyder and other reporters Tuesday, saying it was "something that [they] needed to do to get moving forward, to give [them] that positive energy back and have a little fun with it."

[Audrey Snyder]

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