PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) Trace McSorley became the winningest quarterback in Penn State history with a lot of help from his friends.
McSorley threw two touchdown passes to tight end Pat Freiermuth and No. 16 Penn State's defense set up two touchdowns with turnovers in a 20-7 victory over Rutgers on Saturday, sending the Scarlet Knights to their 10th straight loss.
"Kind of like today by no means was my best performance, but the team gutted out a win," said McSorley, who hit two milestones in the game. "The defense played great, the special teams contributed when they needed to and our offense was able to put up enough points to get a win, so a lot of that is on the rest of the team, and in my eyes wins go to the team, not the person."