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After a flat effort against Alabama, the Penn State defense intends to show more intensity vs. Kent State.

It was learned Tuesday morning that injury had been added to insult during Penn State's 24-3 loss to Alabama Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, starting cornerback Stephon Morris revealing during a conference call with reporters that he hurt his foot in the second quarter of that game. Morris, a sophomore from Greenbelt, Md., wasn't sure about the extent of the problem. He missed practice Monday...

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