Early on against Northwestern, Penn State’s defense has controlled the game, forcing two turnovers. Meanwhile, the offense has had trouble converting great field position-that is, until the first touchdown drive of the day. After Trace McSorley found Brandon Polk on back-to-back completions to set them up with a goal-to-go situation, McSorley found a wide-open Tommy Stevens on second and goal from the nine. Stevens beat his man, and made a sliding grab in the end zone.
Tommy Touchdowns Does It Again
After a somewhat slow start by the offense, the backup quarterback gets the first score of the day.