Things got a little bit interesting after Penn State's first score. The defense gave Kent State some free plays and it would up leading to a score and then a recovered onside kick.
Penn State has made it very clear though that if they get the ball back, they are going to score. This drive the took to the ground with Miles Sanders doing most of the work to set up Trace's two yard touchdown run. It was Trace's fourth rushing touchdown of the year.
that shimmy celebration tho pic.twitter.com/2gZ1umUcL3
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