Penn State tight end Mike Gesicki showed off his leaping ability after quarterback Trace McSorley scored a touchdown late in the second quarter Saturday night against Michigan.
McSorley scored on a 3-yard touchdown run that helped push the Penn State lead to 21-13. While the play call from offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead was impressive, the Gesicki celebration was even better.
The star tight end hurdled McSorley.
Penn State scores on Michigan, Mike Gesicki hurdles Trace McSorley
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Penn State had plenty of fireworks during the first half against Michigan. The Nittany Lions scored twice early, with Saquon Barkley rushing for a 69-yard score on the second play of the game.
Michigan intercepted a McSorley pass when the Lions were marching and looking to go ahead 21-0. Though the Wolverines scored twice to make it a 14-13 game, McSorley’s score added to Penn State’s lead.