Saturday's Penn State-Michigan State game has gotten so out of hand that Spartans center Jack Allen got a handoff—and scored.
On the first play following a Nittany Lions fumble, the 6'2", 296-pound Allen lined up in the backfield as a running back.
Sure enough, he got the handoff.
Allen got great blocking and even threw a nice stiff-arm to get into the end zone at Spartan Stadium. Not a bad way for the senior lineman to go out in his final home game.
The nine-yard touchdown helped give Michigan State a 55-16 lead with just less than 10 minutes to play. The victory put the Spartans in the Big Ten Championship Game, where they will face the West champions, the Iowa Hawkeyes.