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Poll: Was Penn State Right to Score on Last Play Against WVU?



Penn State HC James Franklin

As the clock ticked down on Penn State’s opening night win against West Virginia, something happened that sparked controversy throughout the realm of local college football.

With six seconds remaining in the game and backups playing on both sides, quarterback Beau Pribula scored from five yards out to add another seven points. As a result, Penn State covered the -20.5 spread and the over for the game.

WVU HC Neal Brown was asked about it after the game, to which the fifth-year coach had an interesting response to.

“I wouldn’t have done but it doesn’t bother me. Stuff like that comes back around,” Brown said.

WVU HC Neal Brown on Penn State’s Last TD: ‘Stuff Like That Comes Back Around’

Was there a problem with Penn State scoring on the last play against WVU?

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