McSorley Sets Penn State TD Record
The blustery Homecoming weather at St. Joe Memorial Stadium at Beaver kept all but the hardiest students in their dorms. This was apparent by the empty student section in the top corner of the east stands. The cold weather must have frozen delicate little fingers, toes, and brains on the field, too, in the first quarter, but the #14 Nittany Lions (8-2, 5-2 Big Ten) eventually shook off their morning frost and went on to prevail over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (4-6, 3-4 Big Ten), 35-6.
The big story of the game (positive one, anyhow) is that Trace McSorley set a new Penn State record for career TDs with 66 and then went ahead later and broke it with #67. [Read more…]