STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - An upset loss to Indiana could have provided Penn State's players ample reason to voice their frustrations this week.
To vent. To let it all out.
Instead, a quiet resolve emanating from the Nittany Lions has been loud and clear.
``Nothing really needed to be said,'' senior linebacker Glenn Carson said. ``Everyone kind of understood where we need to go from here. And everyone's just looking forward to getting back on the field (to) redeem themselves.''
A win over No. 18 Michigan (5-0, 1-0 Big Ten) Saturday at Beaver Stadium would go a long way toward redemption. Penn State (3-2, 0-1), after all, has lost two of the past three games as the heart of the conference schedule nears.

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