Memphis vs Penn State Live
Penn State vs Memphis: Live Stream How to watch the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic online Can Kenneth Gainwell and the explosive Memphis offense run wild on Penn State’s fifth-ranked rushing defense to secure a major bowl win?
Kahron Spearman— Dec 28 at 3:00PM
The red-hot No. 17 Memphis Tigers (12-1) come to Arlington, Texas, as American Athletic Conference champions to take on tough Big 10 delegate Penn State Nittany Lions (10-2) for a Saturday afternoon matchup at AT&T Stadium in the 84th Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic.
The Nittany Lions have reached double-digit wins for the third time in four seasons, with losses to Minnesota and College Football Playoff participant Ohio State. This is the third New Year’s Six bowl since 2016 for head coach James Franklin’s program. Penn State’s steady offense is led by quarterback Sean Clifford, who’s put up 2,521 passing yards and 22 touchdowns. Running back Journey Brown leads the team with 688 rushing yards and 10 scores. K.J. Hamler is the team’s leading receiver with 54 catches for 858 yards and eight touchdowns.
Tigers quarterback Brady White leads the potent offense with 3,560 passing yards and 33 touchdowns. Redshirt freshman running back Kenneth Gainwell has been one of the nation’s best all-around talents, averaging 150.5 yards per game from scrimmage (sixth in the FBS). He’s gained 1,425 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns, with 44 receptions for another 532 yards and three scores.
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Coaching matters—and Memphis will be without its head coach of the previous four seasons. Mike Norvell left the program to take over at Florida State. Memphis named deputy head coach and offensive line coach Ryan Silverfield as its new head coach.
Penn State will also be without a main cog in its coaching staff, as offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne left the team to become the head coach at Old Dominion.
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