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Captain Clark Leads PSU to a Win Against Michigan State

Penn State beat Michigan State 42-14 in East Lansing this afternoon, ending regular season play with a 10-2 record (6-2 Big Ten record).

Captain_ClarkDarryl Clark ended the game with a handful of new accolades. According to Patriot-News’ Bob Flounders, Clark walked away with records in career touchdown passes (42), single-season touchdown passes (23), and single season yardage (2,787).

Flounders also included JoePa’s post-game thoughts.

“Clark had a good ballgame,” Paterno said. “First quarter, he struggled a little bit until we got a couple things pinpointed and then he was fine.

“He’s been fine all year. The kid’s lost what, four games in two years? He’s a darn good quarterback.”

Picture by Joe Hermitt for The Patriot-News.
Darryl Clark walked away from this afternoon's game with three Penn State records in his name: career touchdown passes, single-season touchdown passes, and single season yardage. Picture by Joe Hermitt for The Patriot-News.

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