Third period penalties let the game slip away for the Nittany Lions.
"Through everyone getting the flu, through all of COVID, and through the adversity we've faced this season, I feel like this is one of the tightest knit groups Penn State has ever seen."
The Nittany Lions earned their second shutout of the year after facing a wild week of adversity.
With three touchdowns and 235 yards through the air, Veilleux helped guide the Nittany Lions to their 28-0 win over Rutgers.
The shutout marks the first time Penn State has held two conference opponents scoreless in program history.
Penn State is an 18-point favorite over the Scarlet Knights.