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Did You See This? O'Brien lets out 'Holy Schnikes!'

Coaches never know what questions await them during a postgame press conference. Penn State coach Bill O’Brien knows this all too well following an emotional 24-21 overtime victory over Wisconsin on Senior Day at Beaver Stadium. [RELATED: Penn State honors Mauti with helmet decal] That’s because near the end of his presser Saturday night, O’Brien received the following question (if you want to call it that): “Hey coach, this Penn State family has been with you every step of the way. And this Penn State family has loved the way that you have come to the forefront, and the way

Snap Reactions: Take a bow, Le'Veon; 1K for Zwinak

As BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart has done throughout the season, he offered his immediate thoughts to Saturday’s season finales. Get Dienhart’s Snap Reactions to Penn State’s emotional overtime win over Wisconsin and Michigan State’s victory at Minnesota in this post. Penn State 24, Wisconsin 21 OT 1. Wearing the No. 42 on their helmet in honor of injured linebacker Michael Mauti, the Nittany Lions punctuated a surprisingly successful eight-win season with a gutty overtime win over Wisconsin. The Nittany Lions used a balanced offense, passing for 200 yards and running for 163. Just think if Penn State had not

PSU 24, Wisconsin 21 (OT): Photos, videos & recaps

Sam Ficken hit a 37-yard field goal in overtime, and Wisconsin’s Kyle French attempt from 45 yards went wide left to seal Penn State’s 24-21 win Saturday in an emotional season finale in Happy Valley. The Nittany Lions (8-4, 6-2 Big Ten) could have ended it for good a play earlier, but linebacker Glenn Carson dropped a potential interception. Still, the Beaver Stadium faithful celebrated anyway after French’s miss on Senior Day capped a challenging year that began with landmark sanctions from the NCAA for the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal. [RELATED: Penn State honors Mauti with helmet decal |

Penn State puts No. 42 on helmet to honor Mauti

There’s no doubt who Penn State’s leader is. And we’ll see proof of it in Saturday afternoon’s season finale against Wisconsin at Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lions are wearing No. 42 on the left side of their helmets in honor of injured senior Michael Mauti. Mauti hurt his left knee in last week’s win over Indiana. The senior overcame two season-ending knee injuries earlier in his career and turned himself into one of the Big Ten’s top defensive player of the year candidates this year. The linebacker, who helped keep Penn State together following the offseason child sex scandal, will

Penn State to honor 2012 team

Penn State is honoring the 2012 football team on Senior Day by unveiling the year “2012” on the Beaver Stadium facade where the years for previous national champions and memorable teams also live. Onwardstate.com has a little photo of the facade with a canvas hanging over the 2012. See it here. Read more about the even at USAToday.com. And the GoPSUsports.com footbal blog lists the names of the 31 senior players who will also be remembered for staying after the Penn State scandal of the last year. They are: Mark Arcidiacono, Joe Baker, P.J. Byers, Cody Castor, Derek Day, Andre

Week 13: We predict all six Big Ten games

Every week this season, BTN.com’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) have offered their predictions for each Big Ten football game and provided polls for fans to pick their winners. We’re down to the final week of play, and BTN.com fans are in the lead. After 12 weeks, BTN.com fans lead Dienhart by one game and Yarina by five games. See our Week 13 predictions and choose your winners in this post. Listen to Dienhart on Wednesday night’s “#BTNLive.” SEASON RECORDS BTN.com fans: 69-21; .767 Tom: 68-22; .755 Brent: 64-26; .711 [RELATED: Week 13 Power Rankings | Week 13

Week 13 questions: One query for every Big Ten team

This is the last week of the regular season. Rivalry trophies are on the line. (Hello, Old Oaken Bucket, Land of Lincoln Trophy, Heroes Trophy!) Bowl eligibility is up for grabs. A division title still must be decided. Here are the key questions for each team this week. [RELATED: Week 13 Power Rankings | Week 13 Player Rankings | Week 13 Bowl Projections] Illinois Will the misery stop? The Fighting Illini have lost eight in a row this season—and 13 Big Ten contests in succession. The team is struggling in most every phase of the game and needs to taste

Best of Week 13: Get ready for rivalry week

It’s Rivalry Week! Michigan at Ohio State. Indiana at Purdue. Illinois at Northwestern. Nebraska at Iowa. And a lot is on the line in the final regular-season week. Ohio State looks to punctuate a perfect season. Nebraska can clinch the Legends Division with a win or a Michigan loss. Purdue and Michigan State need victories to become bowl eligible. Here’s a look at the Best of Week 13. Best game: Do you have to ask? It’s Michigan at Ohio State. The Wolverines ended a seven-game losing skid to the Buckeyes last season. A second win in a row this season