McSorley Leads No. 11/10 Penn State Past Kent State, 63-10

McSorley Leads No. 11/10 Penn State Past Kent State, 63-10

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Senior quarterback Trace McSorleyaccounted for five touchdowns as No. 11/10 Penn State football totaled 643 yards of total offense in a 63-10 victory over Kent State in non-conference football action Saturday afternoon in front of 106,528 fans at Beaver Stadium.

For the Penn State (3-0) offense, McSorley threw for 229 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 54 yards and a career-high-tying three touchdowns. His top target was DeAndre Thompkins, who made four catches for 101 yards, including a diving 40-yard reception in the end zone. On the ground, seven Penn Staters combined for 297 yards with Miles Sanders posting 86 yards on 14 carries, while Mark AllenRicky Slade and Johnathan Thomaseach rushing for a touchdown.

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