No team has mastered the dribble-and-throw as Penn State has in 2019. After a low snap that skipped on the ground from Mike Miranda to Will Levis, the backup quarterback stayed composed, rolled out to his left, then found an open Jahan Dotson deep down the middle of the field. Dotson then decided to spin out of a tackle, run backward to sprint around the edge and find his way to the end zone. It was the kind of thing that you have to see in order for it to truly make sense.
This game has basically been a colder, messier spring game, and has been beautiful only in the eyes of its mother.
Penn State leads Rutgers 20-6 in the fourth quarter.