Trace McSorley continues to gash the Kent State defensive with his legs, running for his second touchdown of the first quarter. The senior has four carries for 29 yards and those two scores, as well as a score through the air.
Earlier in the game, McSorley eclipsed the 1000 career yards mark. With this run, he passes Darryl Clark for the most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, with 23.
Penn State leads 21-7 at the end of the first quarter.
Sooo @PennStateFball's Trace McSorley has 3 total TDs....
...in the 1st quarter. pic.twitter.com/QsPb5wSAe7
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