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  09/11/21 - RB Noah CainrJr/2024, LSU

  When Penn State hired Mike Yurcich to be its new offensive coordinator, the team's backs and receivers were ecstatic. They knew there likely would be a lot of opportunities for all of them to make plays. The No. 11 Nittany Lions' 44-13 win against Ball State on Saturday was the showcase they had in mind. Sean Clifford completed 21 of 29 passes for 230 yards, ran for a touchdown and threw for another on an afternoon that saw seven different players contribute scoring plays and 14 more touch the ball for an offense that rang up 493 total yards. "That's going to be a common theme," Clifford said with a grin. "The more guys that get touches the better, especially early in the year." Running back Noah Cain added a rushing touchdown and wide receiver Jahan Dotson added another, linebacker Jesse Luketa returned an interception 16 yards for a touchdown, and Jordan Stout kicked three field goals for the Nittany Lions (2-0).

Backup quarterback Ta-Quan Roberson added a 23-yard touchdown pass to Theo Johnson to cap Penn State's sixth straight win dating to last season. "I just thought this week on first and second down, offensively we were more effective," Penn State coach James Franklin said. "I just thought we were more balanced. We were more efficient." Penn State scored on four of five first-half possessions, led 24-6 at halftime, and played suffocating defense. It was the kind of start the Nittany Lions wanted, especially as they welcomed back nearly 106,000 fans to Beaver Stadium for the first time since 2019. - Penn State/AP College Football


rJr/2024 RB Noah CainLSU
News Source: Penn State/AP College Football



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