It was Penn State coach James Franklin’s turn to talk about Saturday’s game against PITT. Franklin says for the players who take the Heinz Field turf at noon, this will be a new adventure not a rivalry game. He pointed out that the two schools haven’t played schools for 16-years. Most of his players were three or four years old then. Franklin is spending extra time with red shirt sophomore quarterback Trace McSorley. He struggled in first start against Kent State. A game the PSU won 33-13. Pitt-Penn State Saturday afternoon Air time will be at 11:30 WBVP-WMBA.