It was the Nittany Lions' first safety since 2010, and it was the final dagger in their 33-14 win over the Panthers. Still, he appeared to take a shot at the Panthers after Penn State evened the latest iteration of a series that dates back to 1893 at 1-1.
Penn St.: Nittany Lions get a breather before opening Big Ten play when Georgia State comes to Beaver Stadium. It was a loss that helped keep Penn State out of the College Football Playoff."You're supposed to celebrate when you win", Barkley said.
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This game didn't have the flair or as many fireworks like the previous one, however.
"I don't think there's a rivalry, to be honest", Penn State offensive lineman guard Ryan Bates told ESPN's Josh Moyer. Penn State took advantage of a Pitt 5-yard penalty for offsides to score the second touchdown of the afternoon. "This was just like beating Akron for us".
"I was a little jittery", McSorley said.
A "Whiteout" against MI on October 21 and a trip to Ohio State on October 28: That's the "season within the season".
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Penn State got revenge on Saturday with QB Trace McSorley throwing for three touchdowns and RB Saquon Barkley rushing for 88 yards and a TD.
Head coach James Franklin did not see any reason to get excited over Penn State's 33-14 victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday. I know previous year for them, it was like the Super Bowl. Qadree Ollison was the work horse on that drive including runs of 17 and 12 yards. Mike Gesicki had 58 yards and two touchdowns while Barkley contributed 54 yards in three catches. The ninth-year senior went 19-of-35 for 183 yards, no touchdowns and an interception, with a chunk of the positive stats coming in garbage time when the game was completely out of reach.
The crowd for last year's game at Heinz Field, almost 70,000, was the biggest in Pitt's modern history.
McSorley found the superstar back on a one-on-one matchup with linebacker Saleem Brightwell and 46-yards later Penn State led 21-3.
"But it felt like we nearly kind of let it all out too early and it kind of fizzled out a little bit in the first half". We put 14 points on the board and that's not a awful half, but for us, we felt like we weren't playing our best football. Browne followed the graduate-transfer route to Pitt but, in his second start, threw two first-half interceptions.
Backup quarterback Ben DiNucci ran for a touchdown and Alex Kessman kicked two field goals for the Panthers.