IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) Penn State's James Franklin hasn't coached at Kinnick Stadium before - but he knows how dangerous the Hawkeyes can be at home after dark.
The fourth-ranked Nittany Lions (3-0) open Big Ten play against one of their most vexing conference rivals on Saturday. Iowa (3-0) leads the series 9-8 since Penn State joined the Big Ten, which included a win in 2008 that dashed the national title hopes of the Nittany Lions.
Iowa also stunned then-No. 3 Michigan 14-13 last year as a 24-point underdog.