Penn State vs. Ohio State: Are the Nittany Lions in over Their Heads?
The phrase "Any given Saturday" is used to describe the landscape of college football as a whole. It means that every game is played on the field rather than on paper, and each one of those games can be won by either team, depending on the circumstances.
In 2007, Stanford crushed USC's national championship aspirations as a 40-point underdog when the Cardinal beat the undefeated Trojans at the Coliseum.
Just last Friday (Any given Friday!) the UCF Knights went into Louisville and beat the undefeated Cardinals, despite being nearly a double-digit underdog.
So, when you ask can the Nittany Lions beat Ohio State this Saturday, the answer is yes. They can. But it won't be easy.
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