By the Numbers: Penn State clubs Indiana
UNIVERSITY PARK — Here’s our rundown of some of the standout numbers from Penn State’s 45-14 victory over Indiana on Saturday at Beaver Stadium.
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107,542: game attendance.
370: offensive yards for Penn State.
352: offensive yards for Indiana.
315: passing yards for Trace McSorley
205: all-purpose yards for Saquon Barkley.
181: career receptions for DaeSean Hamilton, who’s now the all-time leader at Penn State in catches. He passed Deon Butler (179) and Allen Robinson (177).
122: receiving yards for Hamilton, on nine catches.
98-yard kickoff return: Barkley’s incredible return to start the game is the Lions’ first kickoff return touchdown since 2011.
79: offensive plays for Indiana.
74: offensive plays for Penn State.
73-0: the number of points Penn State has outscored opponents in the first quarter this season. The Lions are the only team in FBS to not allow a point in the first quarter.
43: career passing touchdowns for McSorley, tied for third all-time at Penn State with Daryll Clark.
28: number of points Penn State scored in the first quarter; it’s the first time the Lions have scored 28 or more in the first quarter since 2005 at Illinois.
20: consecutive games McSorley has thrown a touchdown.
16-yard touchdown throw by Barkley. The toss was the first passing touchdown for a Penn State running back since Nick Scott in 2015, and the longest completion by a running back since 2001.
14: tackles by Jason Cabinda, who tied a career high.
7: quarterback hits by Penn State, while Indiana finished with one.
6: consecutive games cornerback Christian Campbell has a pass breakup.
2: career interceptions for cornerback Amani Oruwariye, who picked off a pass in the third quarter.