Former Penn State Quarterback Trace McSorley had a signature moment in his NFL career when he led the Arizona Cardinals on a touchdown drive that was capped off by a James Conner 1-yard touchdown run in its 24-15 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
On the last drive for the Cardinals, Trace McSorley completed 4/5 passes for 68 yards, capped off by a James Conner touchdown
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McCoy went 4-for-5 for 68 yards on the drive. He showed the poise and efficiency that he has at Penn State that led them to a Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl appearance in 2016.
McSorley came into the game for an injured Colt McCoy, who suffered a concussion in the third quarter of Sunday’s game. McCoy was filling in for Kyler Murray, who suffered a torn ACL in last Monday’s game against the New England Patriots.
McSorley went 7-for-15 for 95 yards and threw two interceptions in the game filling in for McCoy. He had one carry for eight yards and got sacked one time.
McSorley held most of the Penn State passing records until this year when Sean Clifford broke most of the records that he set at Penn State. However, He remains one of the most beloved quarterbacks in this generation of Penn State football, and he has a strong possibility to start next Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.