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Zack Zwinak and Michael Zordich did the job on Saturday, plain and simple.
Zwinak gobbled up the yards, averaging 6.4 yards per carry for 134 on the day, while Zordich punched it in on two occasions.
The duo also combined for three catches and 35 yards receiving. In total, they accounted for 202 of the Nittany Lions 506 yards.
I almost don't want to put him on this because it's become so bland and predicable that it's boring.
But it's boring in a good way.
McGloin completed 66.6 percent of his passes for 321 yards and two scores: a 12-yarder to Jesse James and a 41-yard beauty to Brandon Moseby-Felder—both in the third quarter to blow the game wide open.
Just for comparison's sake, this was the signal-caller's fourth straight game with two TDs and at least 280 yards passing. Rock solid.
Speaking of Moseby-Felder, the junior wideout had a career game.
He snagged six passes—a season high—for 129 yards and a score, averaging 21.5 yards per reception. His yardage total increased his season total by 55 percent. He came into the game with 233 yards and no scores.
While he'll likely not sustain that the rest of the season, it was a big game for him nonetheless.