Conference play began in college football across the country, and while no games decided the title, many games left teams scrambling to stay in the hunt. One was #4 Penn State. With a tricky conference opener at undefeated Iowa, they needed to find a way to escape with a win. And escape they did. The game will most be remembered for the Nittany Lions touchdown as the clock struck zero to preserve their Big 10 title hopes. But it was Saquon Barkley that was the star of the show. In hostile territory against an aggressive defense, Barkley toted the rock 28 times while catching another 12 passes. The result? 305 total yards (over 7 yards a play) and a touchdown. And there were not many holes, he turned 3 yard losses into 5 yard gains, and 5 yard gains into 20 yard bursts. Hurdling, going through tacklers, getting better as the game went on. The first big Heisman performance happened, and it was our Sportsman of the Week Saquon Barkley who delivered to shot across the bow.