- The Big Ten is full of play-making quarterbacks, but nobody threw better than Trace McSorley
- McSorley led Big Ten starters in pass efficiency (156.6) and passing yards (3,360) to go along with a championship ring
- Led by McSorley, Penn State has the best fourth-quarter offense in college football at 12.8 points per game
- How does McSorley compare to the Penn State elite?
- McSorley broke Matt McGloin's season-yardage record with a game left to play
- McSorley's Big-Ten leading 5-1 TD to INT ratio beats any Kerry Collins season
- McSorley won more games than Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield. He has more wins over top-10 teams than any Heisman finalist
- Between McSorley and RB Saquon Barkley, future Heisman voters better pay attention to Penn State
- No. 9 USC better pay attention too as McSorley & Penn State target another top-10 victory in the Rose Bowl
Penn State Nittany Lions Quarterback Trace McSorley had a Breakout Season
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