Penn State by the numbers: Week 7 (Michigan)

UNIVERSITY PARK — Here’s our rundown of some of the standout numbers from Penn State’s dominant 42-13 victory over Michigan on Saturday night at Beaver Stadium.

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110,823: game attendance, the largest ever in Beaver Stadium history. Saturday’s crowd topped the 2002 home contest against Nebraska, which had 110,753 fans.

506: offensive yards for Penn State, the most Michigan has allowed since 2015.  

303: offensive yards for Penn State in the first half, the most a Jim Harbaugh Michigan-coached team has allowed in any half.

290: career tackles for safety Marcus Allen, who collected six Saturday. Allen is seventh all-time at Penn State, behind Mike Hull (294) for sixth place.

282: passing yards for Trace McSorley.

269: offensive yards for Michigan.

176: all-purpose yards for Saquon Barkley.

115: receiving yards for DaeSean Hamilton, who has 2,466 in his career; good for fourth-best at Penn State. Allen Robinson (2,474) is next on the list for third place.

108: rushing yards for Barkley.

52: receiving yards for Mike Gesicki; the senior tight end moved into 21st place on Penn State’s career receiving yards list (1,146).

22: consecutive games with a touchdown pass for McSorley; he’s been extending his own school record in each game this season.

14: career rushing touchdowns for McSorley, who ran for three scores Saturday.  

14: consecutive games with a touchdown for Barkley.

13: consecutive wins for Penn State over Big Ten opponents, the longest streak in program history.

13: tackles for Jason Cabinda; the eighth career double-digit tackle game for the standout linebacker.

7: sacks for Penn State.

4: tackles for defensive tackle Kevin Givens, a career-high mark for the Altoona, Pa., native.

4: tackles for defensive end Ryan Buchholz; tied for his career best.

0: points allowed by Penn State in the first quarter; the Nittany Lions are the only FBS team to not allow a point during the game’s first 15 minutes.

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