Michigan State upsets Penn State after lengthy delay
05 November, 2017, 01:40 | Author: Douglas Reid
Lewerke was hit by Allen on a third-down pass that fell incomplete in the final minute.
The 7th-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions (7-1) meet the 24th-ranked Michigan State Spartans (6-2) in an NCAA college football Big Ten matchup on Saturday, November 4, 2017 (11/4/17) at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Michigan. Penn State is plus-14 in turnover margin, by far the best mark in the Big Ten.
The redshirt freshman made the kick, then ran back down the field and slid across it on his stomach while his teammates joined him in celebration.
Lewerke, a first-year starter, finished the day 33 of 56 with 400 yards as he gashed the Nittany Lions all day long.
With the score tied at 24 and less than one minute remaining, Penn State was called for roughing the passer after Michigan State failed to convert on 3rd-and-4 from the Nittany Lions' 37-yard line. McSorley was intercepted three times. There is no restart time at this juncture, but we'll pass along an update when the game boots back up.
James Franklin, who has helped pull Penn State back into the national conversation during the last two seasons, has now had 10 opportunities to beat a ranked opponent on the road in his head coaching career.
The Spartans held Penn State star Saquon Barkley in check with 131 total yards, including zero rushing yards in the first half. His streak of 15 straight games with a touchdown was snapped.
Penn State: The Nittany Lions get what should be a bit of a breather after this hard stretch of their schedule. They return home next weekend to host the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
Long-time Penn State radio voice Steve Jones said he couldn't ever recall a Lions game being delayed during play, although the 2000 game against Ohio State in Columbus was pushed back a half-hour due to weather. The teams met last season in East Lansing, with Ohio State coming away with a narrow victory.
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