Penn State absolutely suffocated Ohio State on Friday by a final score of 28-9, extending their dual meet winning streak to 56. It was a show of true dominance by Cael Sanderson's squad, and one that Buckeye fans won't soon forget.
Still, if the dual win itself wasn't enough, the team took the time before the meet began to imitate Marcus Allen's block and Grant Haley's scoop and score to beat Ohio State back in 2016 on the gridiron, also widely known as the play that jumpstarted Penn State's reemergence in the Big Ten and the country.
"And Mark Hall...will score!"
Sounds pretty good.