Nicholas Singleton rushed for three first-half touchdowns as Penn State decisively defeated Delaware by the score of 63-7 on Saturday afternoon.
After a Delaware punt to start the game, Singleton scored on a two-yard run to cap off a 13-play 60-yard drive that was highlighted by a 17-yard run by Kaytron Allen and a 12-yard completion to KeAndre Lambert-Smith.
After another Delaware three and out, Allen scored on a four-yard run on to cap off a nine-play, 37-yard drive.
Delaware answered via a 66-yard run by Marcus Yarns to cap off a three-play, 75-yard drive to cut the lead to 14-7.
Penn State led Delaware 14-7 at the end of the first quarter.
Penn State answered on Singleton’s second rushing touchdown of the game on a five-yard touchdown run to cap off a nine-play-75-yard drive to put Penn State up 21-7.
After another Delaware punt, Singleton scored his third rushing touchdown of the half on another five-yard run to cap off a nine-play 73-yard drive.
Penn State extended its lead on an Allar two-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Warren to conclude a six-play 49-yard drive in a two-minute drill that featured a 15-yard completion to Trey Wallace and a 16-yard completion to Lambert-Smith.
Penn State led 35-7 at halftime.
Penn State extended its lead on the first drive of the second half as Allar powered his way on a one-yard quarterback sneak to conclude a ten-play, yard drive that featured runs on 12 and 15 yards by Allen.
After a Delaware fumble, Beau Pribula scored on a one-yard rushing touchdown to put Penn State up 49-7.
Penn State scored again on a 25-yard interception by Dominic Delucia.
In the fourth quarter, Pribula threw his first collegiate touchdown pass when he connected on a five-yard touchdown pass to Omari Evans.
Penn State will travel to Memorial Stadium to face Illinois to begin conference play next Saturday.