Robby Ashford

Revenge and payback will be on the menu at Jordan-Hare Stadium for the Auburn football team this weekend as Penn State travels to the Plains for a marquee nonconference match-up against the Tigers. 

The Tigers are certainly looking for some retribution after the 28-21 loss last year to the Nittany Lions, a game in which Auburn fell short with multiple late-game chances to tie it up. The Tigers' six penalties for 45 yards and questionable play-calling were the takeaways of last year’s game for coach Bryan Harsin and the Tigers. 

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