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No. 4 Penn State did not have an issue cruising past Indiana Saturday afternoon in Beaver Stadium, but quarterback Trace McSorley faced heavy pressure in the pocket going up against the tenacious Hoosier defense.
Between rushing, receiving, returning kicks, and now passing, Barkley is having himself a day every single Saturday.
"We want bigger things than just my career receptions record," Hamilton said postgame. "We want the national championship."
The Nittany Lions scored two special teams touchdowns for the first time since 2001, while DaeSean Hamilton broke Deon Butler's all-time receptions record.
We’ll have updates throughout tonight’s game on this page, including analysis, photos, tweets, and more.
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