Penn State-Akron Football: What We Learned

Posted by Mike Lewis on September-7-2009 Add Comments

Penn State started the season Saturday, beating an overmatched Akron team, 31-7. The score was 31-0 at halftime. The games won’t be that easy in the Big Ten, but the Akron game did ease some concerns.

The offense showed that this team’s passing game can be lethal. Darryl Clark completed 29 of 40 passing attempts for 353 yards and three touchdowns. Twelve different receivers made receptions, but Derek Moye stood out the most. He had six receptions for 138 yards and a touchdown. At 6’5”, Moye is showing the value of having tall receivers. He made several receptions over the heads of the smaller defenders. 

Chaz Powell and Graham Zug both scored...

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