MI coach Jim Harbaugh calls out officials after Penn State loss

No. 7 Penn State exhales after holding off No. 16 Michigan, 28-21

Clairton's Lamont Wade turns away Michigan in the end zone to help Penn State secure 28-21 victory

Penn State's only score in the second half was quarterback Sean Clifford's 53-yard pass to K.J. Hamler with 13:14 left in the fourth quarter.

Clifford's TD run was sandwiched between those passing strikes.

Saturday's game at Penn State was following the trend, and he did himself no favors with a key decision late in the first half. Penn State's running game struggled a bit, as Ricky Slade led the team with just 48 rushing yards. No other Penn State running back broke 19 yards.

The Michigan Wolverines staged quite the second half rally to give the Penn State Nittany Lions a game, but the comeback bid fell short on account of a crushing drop by wide receiver Ronnie Bell. The snafu was a major boon to the Nittany Lions, who were reeling throughout the fourth quarter.

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Hamler was a weapon that MI had trouble containing as the Nittany Lions wide receiver had six receptions for 108 yards and two touchdowns.

The Wolverines battled back from a 21-7 halftime deficit and with just over two minutes to play, had a chance to tie the game on fourth-and-goal from Penn State's 3.

Most telling statistic: Penn State was outgained 417-283 and, after building a 21-0 lead, punted six times in the second half.

Leading 21-7 early in the third, the Nittany Lions went three-and-out and risked giving MI good field position with punter Blake Gillikin standing close to his own 10.

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BEST RETURN It was oh-so-close for Hamler in this category, but 'twas not to be.

Here's what cord cutters need to know to watch No. 12 OR versus No. 25 Washington and No. 16 MI against No. 7 Penn State on Saturday. Multiple penalties, including a hold on Jonathan Sutherland, pulled the ball back to Penn State's 45-yard line, though. The Nittany Lions and Buckeyes are the only undefeated teams in the division and won't play until the next-to-last game of the regular season. Before the first snap, the Wolverines spent a timeout and, though the Nittany Lions allowed one first down to move toward midfield, they forced a punt soon after, setting the tone early that MI would struggle to move the ball in the first half.

Still in need a first down, Penn State put the ball in the hands of Hamler to pick up a hard-fought first down.

One could make an argument that Penn State was the beneficiary of two non-calls that could've been flagged for pass interference. The most electric player on the field Saturday night, Hamler was the difference in the Nittany Lions' win.

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