On Saturday night, the Penn State Nittany Lions hosted the Michigan Wolverines in a highly-anticipated showdown in the Big Ten.
Penn State entered the contest as a nine-point favorite and looked to prove its undefeated start to the season was no joke.
Michigan, meanwhile, righted the ship after a blowout loss to Wisconsin, but needed another marquee win to get back in the Big Ten title conversation.
Both teams started the game with a punt, before Penn State broke through on offense first.
Quarterback Sean Clifford found tight end Pat Freiermuth in the corner of the endzone for a touchdown.
On replay, Freiermuth appeared to push off slightly, distancing himself from the corner.
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Michigan fans were not happy with the no-call from the officials.
Regardless, the touchdown stood and gave Penn State a 7-0 lead in the first quarter.
The past two games between these two haven't been close. Penn State and star running back Saquon Barkley torched the Wolverines for a 42-13 win in 2017.
Michigan responded with its own blowout win over the Nittany Lions, taking down Penn State by a final score of 42-7.
As it stands now, Penn State leads 7-0 in the final seconds of the first quarter.