Set up by 78 yard run by Miles Sanders, Trace McSorley found a wide-open KJ Hamler from five yards out to give Penn State an early 7-0 lead.
The Nittany Lions marched 94 yards on just four plays to get into the end zone. Earlier in the drive, McSorley set the career passing yards record on a quick pass to Pat Freiermuth.
It was the 34th consecutive game Trace McSorley has thrown a touchdown pass.
McSorley started the drive with a bit of history, and ended it with six points.pic.twitter.com/MGHyVZhUPG— Roar Lions Roar (@RLRblog) October 13, 2018