Penn State has been doing something special on its 2-minute offense this season. The Nittany Lions know how to score when it matters.

Tyler Donohue of 247Sports revealed that Penn State has scored 28 points in the final two minutes in all three of the halves it has played in.

Western Kentucky transfer Mitchell Tinsley secured the last touchdown of the 1st half. Sean Clifford made a throw into a tight window to find Tinsley for the score, putting Penn State up 26-7 at half.

Tinsley isn’t leading Penn State in receiving, but has the only touchdown out of James Franklin’s wideouts so far. He has 3 receptions for 27 yards receiving after the 1st half.

If Penn State keeps this level of production up towards the ends of halves, the offense should be competitive when it counts. The Nittany Lions will need to keep this momentum going heading into the Auburn game on Sept. 17.

That game will be at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS.