The Youngstown State football team is looking for its first three game winning streak at Indiana State, Saturday at 1:00pm

They've lost the last two at Memorial Stadium in Terre Haute.

"You have to have road focus and the energy comes from the guys," said wide receiver CJ Charleston.

The Sycamores are winless in eight games but have had lost three games by seven points or less.

"They've been in a lot of games and they're record doesn't mean anything to us," said defensive end Devin Lee.

"Our kids have respect for the league and their top players are as good as ours, " said coach Doug Phillips, adding, "anybody can beat anybody on any given day."

The Penguins passing game has been unstoppable the last three games.  Over that time they have 58 receptions for 885 yards and 11 touchdowns.

"Mitch (Davidson) has done a great job of taking care of the football and it all starts up front with the offensive line and their protection and having receivers that can make plays downfield," said Philips.

Charleston said that starts at practice. "Every day we go against a great defense and we both make each other better."