On his second rushing touchdown of the day, Trace McSorley set another record. He passed Daryll Clark to become the all time rushing touchdowns leader as a quarterback at 23.
The first quarter touchdown was McSorley's fifth of the season, as his running ability has become even more of a weapon inside the red zone with Saquon Barkley, Mike Gesicki, and DeSean Hamilton all playing on Sundays now. Penn State leads early in the second quarter 21-7.
McSorley passed Michael Robinson (20) earlier this season to take over second on the all-time list prior to today's two scores.