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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | January 2, 2017

Watch: Penn State scores on three consecutive one-play drives

Penn State is just showing off now.

The Nittany Lions, champions of the second half this season, are continuing to do what they do: score tons of points in entertaining fashion in the final 30 minutes.

With Penn State trailing by six, Saquon Barkley took this handoff 79 yards and juked multiple defenders along the way to give the Nittany Lions the lead:

Then, it was bombs away for Trace McSorley. The PSU QB launched a deep ball to Chris Goodwin, who made a spectacular circus catch along the sidelines and scooted in for a 72-yard touchdown. The drive took all of 11 seconds.

After a Penn State interception, McSorley used his legs to find the endzone:

The Nittany Lions have been one of the most explosive and entertaining teams in college football this season. Going back to the first half, Penn State scored four touchdowns in four plays. These guys are special.

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