University Park— Penn State QB Beau Pribula has been a backup for his entire college career.
As a freshman in 2022, Pribula was Penn State’s fourth stringer, behind Sean Clifford, Drew Allar and Christian Veilleux.
This season, he’s behind only Allar, but because Allar had stayed healthy for the season’s first 10+ games, Pribula had been the backup.
Bur he prepares as if he’s a starter, and when Allar left the game with an injury in the third quarter, Pribula was ready.
He only threw one pass, but ran the ball eight times for 71 yards and helped Penn State to three scoring drives.
Hear from Pribula, as well as DE Chop Robinson , OT Olu Fashanu and TE Theo Johnson— who likely played their last games in Beaver Stadium, as all are projected Draft picks.