3 Up, 3 Down: Penn State 38, Iowa 14 

October, 21, 2012
Matthew McGloinAP Photo/Justin HayworthPenn State quarterback Matthew McGloin carved up the Iowa defense on Saturday.
The good and the bad from Penn State's 38-14 win over Iowa on Saturday night:


1. Aggressive pass attack: PSU finally decided to get a little more aggressive. Bill O'Brien pulled out the early NASCAR no-huddle offense, and Matt McGloin tossed a few deep balls. Iowa simply had no answer for the passing game. McGloin finished 26-of-38 for 289 yards, two touchdowns and -- in what's becoming the norm -- no interceptions. He spread the field, found 10 different receivers and Iowa was unable to key in on just one or two targets. If this becomes the norm for PSU's offense, it could soon become the favorite to win the division.

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