Drew Allar has been fantastic all game long in Penn State’s game against Maryland. After finding the end zone early, the star quarterback has tied his career high for touchdown passes in the fourth quarter of action.

Allar’s latest touchdown pass was his fourth of the game, and it’s arguably his best throw of the afternoon. After dropping back, he unleashed a beautiful throw perfectly placed toward the back pylon with enough air for Dante Cephas.

It was in a beautiful spot for Cephas to secure the catch and tap one foot. The score gave Penn State 31 points and kept the team in total control against the Terrapins.

Allar is now up to 24-for-32 throwing the ball for 220 yards and 4 touchdowns in the game. Those 4 touchdowns tie Allar’s career-high from earlier this season against Iowa. With Maryland scoring to cut the score to 31-15, it’s possible the QB will get a shot to break his personal best in the fourth quarter.