STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Anthony Zettel is one of a handful of Penn State players who've lined up against both Nate Sudfeld and Zander Diamont.
The Penn State senior defensive tackle and his teammates might have to stop both Indiana quarterbacks on Saturday - a tricky proposition since their skills are so different.
"Sudfeld, he can sit in the pocket and whip the ball. He's a very, very efficient passer," Zettel said. "Diamont, the kid's an athlete. He's going to set their offense up in the best way he can using his feet."