Penn State added another touchdown to boost its second-half lead, cashing in on a big gain provided by tight end, Brenton Strange.

The play that set up the touchdown was on a short pass from QB Sean Clifford to Strange over the middle. Strange had leaked into the middle of the field and rumbled for a gain of 40 yards, all the way to Auburn’s three-yard line.

It was all set up by the formation utilized by Penn State. Strange started in the position normally occupied by the offensive tackle. Auburn did not catch the switch, leaving Strange unguarded off the line.

Noah Cain would finish the drive off as Penn State pushed its lead to 28-20 in the fourth quarter: