UNIVERSITY PARK— It was the the best of times.
It was the worst of times.
Fortunately for Penn State, the best of times happened last in Saturday’s game over Indiana.
With just over five minutes left, Penn State QB Drew Allar threw a pick that set Indiana up almost in the Penn State red zone. The PSU defense held Indiana to a field goal, tying the game at 24.
On the ensuing possession, Allar redeemed himself in a huge way, hitting KeAndre Lambert-Smith for a 57-yard score that proved to be the game winner.
Hear from Allar (20-for-31, 210 yards, 3 TD, INT), Nicholas Singleton (15 carries, 50 yards, TD), Khalil Dinkins (1 catch, 9 yards, TD) and Theo Johnson (2 catch, 21 yards, TD) below.