Nick Singleton increased Penn State’s lead over Auburn in the third quarter, and he did it on a dominant drive while accounting for every yard.

The drive started on the Nittany Lion 42-yard-line after a strong stop by the defense. That first play was an explosive one with Singleton busting around the edge and down the sideline for 53 yards to set up a 1st-and-goal situation.

After that huge play, Singleton was given back-to-back carries from inside the 10-yard-line. He rushed for 4 yards and then punched in a short touchdown for his first score of the day to make it 21-6, Penn State.

The drive was truly all Singleton with 58 rushing yards on 3 carries. The 5-star freshman is showcasing his full skillset on the road, and it was more than the Tigers could handle on that drive.