Twitter Reactions: Twitter Reacts to Trace McSorley's First Touchdown Pass

By John Morgan on December 4, 2020 at 10:00 am
Dec 2, 2020; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley (7) gestures as he enters the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field.
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Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh was the latest in his family to botch a quarterback situation when his team faced off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a game delayed six days due to COVID-19.

Down 19-7 with just over six minutes left in the game, Harbaugh finally turned to Trace McSorley and looked for the Wizard to lead an improbable comeback. After a seven-play drive that ended in a Ravens punt, Baltimore got the ball back and on the second play, McSorley found Marquise Brown for a 70-yard touchdown – his first touchdown pass as a professional.

Needless to say, but Penn State players and fans were overcome with joy. The Twitter reactions were the same and here's a look at the joy that was shared.

Former linebacker for the 2016 Nittany Lions team Brandon Bell starts it off.

Coach Tuddies was a proud man on Wednesday. 

Packers safety Adrian Amos has carved out a nice NFL career and he was loving Trace getting his moment.

A former running back chimed in.

Another former offensive coordinator was proud as well.

Legend recognizing legend.

This play in the Taxslayer Bowl feels like a lifetime ago. Trace to Geno Lewis in a noble effort at a comeback. 

Geno remembers.

James Franklin doesn't mince words.

Grant Haley will......tweet.

Ravens starting quarterback Lamar Jackson was supportive of his teammate as he was out with Covid-19.

Former backup quarterback and "lion" Tommy Stevens was proud of his former teammate.

The legend grows.

McSorley and Marcus Allen. Two players that provided so much fun to Penn State in their careers.

It was a special moment in an otherwise sloppy football game. You can count out Trace McSorley if you would like, but I would not recommend it. Congrats on another improbable achievement. Now if the Ravens had just started him instead...

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