Penn State lost a heartbreaker to Ohio State in its last home game of the 2019 calendar year.
The redshirt freshman was called upon to run the offense when Sean Clifford went down with an injury early in the second half.
"We battled. That's who we are, that's really who we have been for six years, and that's how my teams have been for nine years."
James Franklin said that Clifford could've returned to Saturday's game, but he elected to keep him out because of Will Levis' strong play and Clifford's lack of mobility due to injury.
A dismal shooting performance by Penn State almost cost the game, but a Herculean effort in the last five minutes brought it back from the brink on a 16-2 run.
Ohio State wrapped up the Big Ten East with its victory over No. 8 Penn State on Saturday.
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