Nick Singleton is here.
After an Ohio personal foul penalty, the first official play second drive of the Penn State freshman’s first game at Beaver Stadium (second college game overall) ended with Singleton breaking a 70-yard run for a touchdown to put Penn State up by two scores.
Singleton was rated the No. 1 running back in the 2022 class by 247Sports’ composite rankings.
He made his college debut against Purdue last week, gaining 31 yards on 10 carries.
He finished the first quarter with 84 yards on just three touches.
Penn State leads Ohio, 26-7, at the half.
“I have to tell you about the future!”pic.twitter.com/SaEzmZ8kC3
— Joe Smeltzer (@joesmeltzer775) September 10, 2022
Nick Singleton throw me from a moving train @PennStateFball
— James Tyler (@JamesTylerESPN) September 10, 2022