Nick Singleton – a true freshman running back – has snapped a nearly 2-year drought of games with a 100-yard rusher for Penn State.

The last time Penn State had a back with over 100 rushing yards was Nov. 28, 2020, when Keyvone Lee rushed for 134 yards on 22 carries.

It took Singleton just 2 games to end the drought for Penn State, as he eclipsed 100 yards in the third quarter of Saturday’s game against Ohio.

He started off the game strong with a huge 70-yard rush to score in the first quarter. From there he continued to dazzle, picking up a big 50-yard run to eclipse the 100-yard mark.

Singleton was the No. 1 running back in the class of 2022, and he has given Penn State a lot to look forward to so far.

Penn State currently leads Ohio big late in the third quarter.