Wisconsin: The High Five

Penn State continued its impressive series of home wins with a 38-7 drubbing of No. 19 Wisconsin on Saturday. Review the high points of the game.

Here are some of the finer points of Penn State's 38-7 Homecoming victory over Wisconsin:

Passing Lane: With all of the criticism he has endured this season you have to tip your hat to the senior quarterback for a splendid outing, going 16 for 28 for 217 (7.8 YPP) and a touchdown. What's more impressive is that he had no turnovers.

Power Line: Could this be a turning point for the starting offensive line? Allowing the starting offense to roll up 374 yards, with 217 yards for Morelli and another 100+ yard day for Rodney Kinlaw, the offensive line deserves a lot of credit in this one.

Hard Nosed Crew: Sean Lee, Dan Connor, Maurice Evans and company had an all-out clash which put Donovan on edge, taking away two interceptions and containing P.J. Hill to a mere 70 yards on the day.

Whistle Stop Tour: The coaches came out mixing things up. Terrell Golden had a career day with 83 yards on five catches. They also got guys like Mickey Shuler and Matt Hahn into the plan to supplement main-stay performers like Deon Butler, and Rodney Kinlaw. This plan against Michigan would have been interesting.

Rush Hour: Kinlaw and Royster again were a duo that were tough to take down, averaging 5.0 and 8.8 yards per carry, respectively and combined for 184 yards on the ground.

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