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Penn State Outlasts Wisconsin 36-33

wnpv_sportsIt wasn't pretty, but in the end it was a win for Penn State. The Nittany Lions, who lead by as many as 16 points mid-way through the first half, hung onto to beat # 13 Wisconsin 36-33. The win advances them to Saturday afternoons Big Ten Conference semi-final against Michigan State who upset Purdue 74-56. Penn State jumped out in front of the Badgers 18-2 with nine minutes left in the first half. That lead vanished to just four as Wisconsin roared back to trail  20-16 at the half. Neither team looked to take control after the break as both combined for just 8 points over the first eight minutes of of the second half. Two Tim Frazier free-throws and a Talor Battle jumper began to open things up for the Nittany Lions. Battle struggled through out the night looking for his offense shooting 3-18 from the floor, finishing with nine points. However his biggest shot of the evening came with 2:29 left when he nailed a three-pointer that gave Penn State a five point lead. With his nine points, Battle passed Jesse Arnelle (2,138) as Penn State's all-time leading scorer. The Nittany Lions now take on Michgan State, who shocked ninth ranked Purdue 74-56. The semi-final matchup is set for a 4:15pm tipoff.
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WNPV AM 1440 Big sports weekend coming up! Start tonight with Downingtown East at Quakertown high school football at 6:30 PM. Tomorrow, we have Temple at Penn State starting at 10:30 AM (sorry, no "Premium Adjustment" this month! :(), followed by the final NASCAR Nationwide Series race, joined in progress. Sunday, it's the final NASCAR Sprint Cup race with the crowning of this year's Champion, starting at 2 PM. So stay tuned to 1440 AM all weekend ... or listen live online at www.wnpv1440.com.

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