2005 Penn State Nittany Lions Football Team

The 2005 Penn State Nittany Lions football team represented the Pennsylvania State University in the 2005–2006 college football season. The team's head coach was Joe Paterno. It played its home games at Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania.

On July 23, 2012, all eleven wins in the season were vacated as a result of NCAA punishments handed down in the wake of the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.

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