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This one may have put Michigan away for good, folks. During the fourth quarter, up by a touchdown after the Wolverines got back in the game with a touchdown of their own, the Nittany Lions surged ahead thanks to the lightning-in-a-bottle playmaking abilities of Penn State’s KJ Hamler.

The speedy receiver got well behind the Michigan secondary. By the time Sean Clifford’s perfectly-thrown pass got to Hamler, the closest defender was already in surrender mode.

This 53-yard score put the Lions back on top by two touchdowns, 28-14, with 13:14 left on the clock in the fourth quarter.

Yes, Saquon Barkley. Hamler is good, and then some.

Jesse Reed
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