Penn State’s passing game came to life near the end of the first half, allowing the Nittany Lions to cut into Ohio State’s lead.
Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley completed a pair of downfield passes, including a 20-yard touchdown to Chris Godwin. The score cut Ohio State’s advantage to 12-7.
Chris Godwin doing things to keep Penn State alive.. pic.twitter.com/w2P6FZgU1g
— Marley Paul (@MarleyPaul22) October 23, 2016
Godwin Vs. The World pic.twitter.com/pNGBIQ6qXc
— Roar Lions Roar (@RLRblog) October 23, 2016
McSorley also completed a 34-yard pass to DaeSean Hamilton on that drive, setting up the throw to Godwin.