Will rivalry turn bitter again on game day?

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Penn State defensive lineman John Bronson
started the trash talk early for Saturday night's game between the
Nittany Lions and No. 18 Nebraska.

"Nebraska is one of those teams that does try to take a lot of
cheap shots," he said Wednesday.

Tempers flared during Penn State's 40-7 rout of Nebraska last
year at State College, Pa.

Nebraska's Richie Incognito and Penn State's Jeremiah Davis were
ejected for fighting after Penn State's Rich Gardner returned an
interception for a touchdown.

Bronson will line up opposite Incognito on Saturday. Bronson
also said he isn't overly impressed with Incognito, saying the
sophomore tackle is "not the greatest thing in the world."

"There's supposed to be more focus on him because he's a big
shot or whatever," Bronson said.

Bronson also addressed Penn State coach Joe Paterno's
disappointment in how some Penn State fans treated Nebraska fans at
last year's game.

Bronson said he expects the same treatment in Lincoln.

"I expect them to throw bottles and sticks and stones at us," he said.