Last night Illinois and Penn State played in one of the games of the night.
I'm going to tell you what happened in each quarter and take you through the game play by play.
Right now all you can see is white, but you can see like 20 oranges. It is a rainy night.
For the Illini the starting QB is Juice Williams, and for Penn State it is Daryll Clark.
The Fighting Illini start off with a touchdown to start the game. The crowd is silent. 7-0.
Penn State comes back and scores to make it 7-all.
Touchdown—Illini score to make it 14-7. This is going to be a long game if this keeps up.
Wow—Penn State answers with another touchdown. 14-all.
It keeps going back and fourth with the Illini and Penn State.
At the end of the first quarter, the score is 14-14.
The pattern stops there—Penn State scores to make it 14-21.
Juice Williams throws an interception and Penn State scores after a few series.
At the end of the second quarter, the score is 14-21 Penn State.
The Illini have to score here to tie it and silence the crowd again.
Penn State is reading Illinois' mind because they stop them on offense and get first downs. It is now turning into the Ohio State-USC game.
Illinois is not getting open for Williams, and he is getting sacked and having to take it on his own a lot.
Penn State gets the ball back and kicks a field goal to make the score 14-24.
Penn State fumbles on their own 28-yard line and the Illini have the ball. Illinois runs the option and Williams runs back and gets sacked, so they have to kick a 44-yard field goal. They hit it to make it 17-24 at the end of the third quarter.
Penn State runs back the kickoff and scores to make it 17-31 Penn State.
The Illini really need to score. As soon as I say that they score—the score is now 24-31 Penn State.
The Illini defense is playing really bad right now.
Williams can't pass.
Penn State scores.
The final score is Illinois 24, Penn State 38
Joe Paterno has the record of the most wins in NCAA history.