Penn State by the Numbers: Michigan State
UNIVERSITY PARK — Here’s our rundown of some of the standout numbers from Penn State’s 27-24 loss to Michigan State on Saturday at Spartan Stadium.
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71,605: game attendance.
400: passing yards for Michigan State’s Brian Lewerke.
381: passing yards for Trace McSorley, fifth-most in program history.
261: career tackles for linebacker Jason Cabinda, tied for 12th in program history after the senior made four stops Saturday.
202: weather delay, in minutes (3 hours 22 minutes), during the second quarter. It’s the first time a Penn State game has been delayed by weather since the start of the 2000 contest against Ohio State.
112: receiving yards for DaeSean Hamilton, a team high.
111: all-purpose yards for Saquon Barkley.
102: receiving yards for DeAndre Tompkins. The junior receiver caught four passes, including a 70-yard touchdown at the end of the third quarter.
89: receiving yards for tight end Mike Gesicki; he also had a team-high each catches.
63: rushing yards for Barkley, who moved past Curt Warner for second-most at Penn State.
51: career passing touchdowns for McSorley, a school record.
34-yard field goal by Michigan State as time expired to clinch the victory for the Spartans.
24: consecutive games with a passing touchdown for McSorley, a school record and the second-longest active streak in FBS.
23: consecutive games with a catch for Gesicki.
20: passing yards for Barkley, who completed a pass to Gesicki.
15: career touchdowns for Hamilton, tied for eighth at Penn State.
8: tackles for safety Troy Apke, tied for his career best.
8: tackles for linebacker Koa Farmer, also tied for his career best.
4: interceptions on the season for cornerback Amani Oruwariye. The junior made a dazzling pick in the fourth quarter along the sideline.