The Nittany Lions let an 11-point halftime lead slip away and Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton accounted for three second-half touchdowns to hand Bill O'Brien a 24-14 loss in his debut as Penn State head coach.
If the last name rings a bell, it's time for a trip to Wikipedia; Mickey Tettleton was a homer-and-walk machine in the 80s and 90s, putting in a stint with the Tigers. He was the kind of player that would get more respect today in an era where sabermetrics has on-base percentage better valued. He had a modest .242 batting average but a solid .369 career OBP, picking up where Darrell Evans left off as a Tiger (.248 and .361 respectively).
Yep, Tyler is his kid, abusing Penn State's secondary for 324 yards and 2TDs today. Not so good for Sudued Valley, but interesting news for MAC fans.