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Still Fighting For Respect

Nittany Lion quarterback Michael Robinson and Co. feel they have something to prove in their Orange Bowl matchup with Florida State, even though the Seminoles lost three of their last four games and enter this tilt as heavy underdogs.

Peel back the layers of Penn State's football psyche and you'll find at its core a simmering persecution complex. That's what happens when your coach has five undefeated seasons and only two national championships. On its face, the Nittany Lions' Orange Bowl matchup with Florida State would seem unlikely to fuel any further resentment. After all, it's the Seminoles whose BCS legitimacy has been...

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