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Watch: Drew Allar, PSU Players Discuss 36-Point Win Over Maryland

Drew Allar drops back to pass for his eventual third touchdown pass of the first half. (Photo by Matt Lynch, Nittany Sports Now)

College Park, Maryland— Drew Allar wouldn’t say that he played the best game of his college career Saturday afternoon in College Park.

But he did say he feels he’s starting to play loose at the QB position.

Against Maryland Saturday, Allar completed 25 of 34 passes for 240 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions.

Two of those TD’s were to WR Dante Cephas and another was to TE Theo Johnson.

After the game, NSN’s Joe Smeltzer and Brandon Walker talked with Allar, Cephas, Johnson, OL Olu Fashanu, LB Abdul Carter and DE Adisa Isaac.

Watch all six interviews below.

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