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Watch: Nicholas Singleton Puts Penn State up on Delaware

UNIVERSITY PARK, P.A.– Nick Singleton didn’t get the start today for Penn State, but he still made an impact on the game’s opening drive.

Singleton capped off a 13-play, 60-yard, 5:50 effort with a 2-yard run out of the T formation. 

Alex Felkins nailed the PAT, and Penn State leads Delaware, 7-0. 

Singleton’s backfield mate, Kaytron Allen, got the start, and helped the scoring cause with a 17-yard run on third and 10.

Watch Singleton’s run below.

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