STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — It’s become old hat, but Ohio State and Penn State once again played in an instant classic and once again the Buckeyes found a way to come back and shock almost 111,000 fans at Beaver Stadium, the largest crowd in stadium history.
The Buckeyes struggled in the first half to muster any offensive attack, but Dwayne Haskins and his talented offensive weapons found a way to erase a 12-point fourth quarter deficit when all hope seemed lost.
A classic, 96-yard touchdown drive that culminated in a 24-yard catch and run for a score by K.J. Hill was the final blow dealt by the Buckeyes and stunned the raucous Nittany Lions crowd.
Lettermen Row was in Happy Valley for the ups and downs. Check out the gallery below.
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