After Auburn's dominating 62-0 win over the Alabama State Hornets last weekend, the Tigers are heading into Week 3 of its season up against the Penn State Nittany Lions.

Auburn has proven to be pretty solid on both sides of the ball under their new coaching administration. New head coach Bryan Harsin has gotten off to a great start with his first season in the SEC. Although Auburn has had pretty low competition so far in its season, the Tigers will definitely be challenged against No. 10 Penn State.

Taking a look at some of the talents on Penn State's team this year, quarterback Sean Clifford has done a great job leading the offense. He is a solid quarterback for the Nittany Lion's offense and has some pretty good stats going into this next season.

He has thrown for 477 yards and 2 touchdowns with no interceptions through two games. He's got two stud receivers on the field with him too. Wide receiver Jahan Dotson has 10 catches with 167 yards and two touchdowns while sophomore Parker Washington is sitting at 10 catches for 104 yards but no touchdowns yet this season.

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Taking a look at Auburn's offense going into its week three matchup, Bo Nix could have some trouble in the pocket with Penn State's defensive line coming for him. The 6-foot-4, 326lbs PJ Mustipher has been dominant on Penn State's defensive line in the past two seasons.

Let's see if Harsin can keep his win streak alive this weekend. Auburn will struggle too much trying to get the ball in the end zone against Penn State.  Watch the game this Saturday on ABC at 6:30 p.m. CST as the Tigers take on Penn State in Beaver Stadium at University Park, PA. The Nittany Lions are currently a 6 point favorite.

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