Penn State has broken this game wide open.

After trailing 21-10 at halftime, the Nittany Lions have stormed back to take a comfortable lead in the waning minutes of their game against Michigan State.

Penn State was leading 25-24 early in the fourth quarter when Sean Clifford hit Parker Washington for a 49-yard touchdown to put the Nittany Lions up by eight.

Here’s the play:

That probably would have been enough, given how Michigan State’s offense has struggled in the second half. But the Spartans went back for more.

After getting a stop on the ensuing possession, Penn State returner Jahan Dotson caught the punt and took it 81 yards to the house.

Here’s that play:

Penn State has out-scored Michigan State 29-3 after halftime to take a commanding 39-24 lead.

Clifford has had one of his best passing games of the season, completing 17-of-27 throws for 232 yards and two touchdowns.

PSU is looking for its third win on the season but just its first at home.