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3 takeaways from win over Rutgers in Week 11

13 November 2017

Both are precursors to Tuesday's College Football Playoff rankings release; the Lions were No. 14 there a week ago and behind three Big Ten teams, but that number should flip to two after Wisconsin blasted Iowa and Ohio State blew out Michigan State in Columbus.

McSorley connected for touchdown passes of 22 yards to Hamilton just before halftime and 16 yards to Gesicki in the fourth quarter.

Barkley, who rushed for minus-3 yards in the first half and finished with 35 yards on the ground in 14 carries, went over for third-quarter touchdowns from 1 yard and 4 yards out.

"I think we're always at our best on offense when Trace factors into our running game and keeps people honest and keeps people on their toes", Franklin said.

The win now puts Penn State at 8-2 overall and 5-2 in the conference. Barkley, a Heisman Trophy candidate, was slowed again.

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"Their skill players were the difference in the game, including him", Rutgers coach Chris Ash said. He added a 25-yarder later in the first, but Rutgers' momentum ended there. It will be a tall order for the Scarlet Knights. Quarterback Gio Rescigno completed only seven of 20 passes for 43 yards. Four plays later, Barkley scored his second touchdown of the game. Injury report: Penn State sophomore offensive tackle Ryan Bates and sophomore defensive end Ryan Buchholz, who are out with undisclosed leg injuries, were not in uniform.

"It's part of the game", Barkley said. Disciplinary report: Penn State outside linebacker Manny Bowen, a starter in every game before Saturday, was not in uniform. Senior Brandon Smith started in his place and made 10 tackles.

Rutgers can't throw the ball.

McSorley became Penn State's all-time touchdown leader with 68, overtaking Daryll Clark's record of 65.

3 takeaways from win over Rutgers in Week 11