ANN ARBOR, MICH– Penn State is being outgained 274-84, has one first downs through the first half and is only down 16-14 at Michigan.
Coach James Franklin’s team even went ahead, 14-13, at one point.
Penn State’s second touchdown was a wild one. Defensive end Chop Robinson tipped a J.J. McCarthy pass, and linebacker Curtis Jacobs picked it up and ran for a 47-yard score.
Penn State is down by two at halftime in Ann Arbor.
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 15, 2022