Penn State Football falls to 0-5 for first time in program history

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Penn State football falls to 0-5 on the season as they are defeated by the Iowa Hawkeyes 41-21 on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium.

Penn State football fell to 0-5 for the first time in program history Saturday after losing to the Iowa Hawkeyes 41-21 at Beaver Stadium.

The Nittany Lions came out strong, leading 7-3 after the first quarter, but yet again, turnovers and offensive lulls plagued them in the second quarter, resulting in a 24-7 halftime deficit. Yet another  double digit half time deficit, which Penn State fell into in every game so far this season.

Will Levis started the game for Penn State quarterback, but Sean Clifford replaced him in the second half, sparking the offense with touchdowns on his first two plays, but it was too little to late.

It has a sense of rinse and repeat with the same issues week in and week out for the Nittany Lions at this point. Here are three takeaways from today’s loss.

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