Penn State and Indiana kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 30, in a Big Ten game. Stay here for live updates, scores and analysis.
No. 4 Penn State, led by Heisman Trophy hopeful running back Saquon Barkley and quarterback Trace McSorley, can improve to 5-0 with a win. The Nittany Lions beat Iowa on the last play of the game last week.
Indiana provided Ohio State with an early challenge in its Aug. 31 season opener but ultimately fell to the Buckeyes, 49-21. The Hoosiers have since picked up victories over Virginia and Georgia Southern.
Penn State-Indiana live updates, score
Penn State 28, Indiana 7 (Q2, 14:01): The Hoosiers have stopped the bleeding, at least for now. Indiana quarterback Richard Lagow completed a 54-yard toss to Ian Thomas, setting the stage for a 2-yard touchdown run from Ricky Brookins. Indiana is on the board but must solve its issues against the Nittany Lions offense in order to make this a competitive contest.
Penn State 28, Indiana 0 (Q1, 0:41): The Nittany Lions are on a roll. Penn State took advantage of a roughing the punter penalty against Indiana, driving 73 yards on nine plays. McSorley sent a well-placed pass to receiver DaeSean Hamilton for an 8-yard touchdown connection. McSorley has now thrown a touchdown in 20 straight games, while Hamilton is only 5 receptions shy of setting the program’s all-time career record. Penn State has outscored opponents 73-0 in the first quarter through five games.
.@SkeeterMills__ with the TD grab!
— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) September 30, 2017
Penn State 21, Indiana 0 (Q1, 6:35): Penn State’s special teams strike again! A 98-yard kickoff return by Saquon Barkely put the Nittany Lions up, 7-0, on first play Saturday, and now its a turnover that does damage. Irvin Charles forced a fumble on a Hoosiers punt-return attempt, allowing Nick Scott to scoop and…