Penn State’s Izaiah Brockington just turned in an impressive highlight that will go down as one of the best plays from Sunday’s action.

Facing off against Nebraska, the Nittany Lions are going up against a Huskers team that is desperate for their first conference win. Entering the game at 0-9 in the B1G, Nebraska kept the game tied at halftime and has been leading in the second half.

One person playing well for Penn State and looking to bring the team back against the Huskers is Brockington. He has 11 points on 4-for-7 shooting just after the 10-minute mark of the second half, and Brockington also slammed home a beautiful and-one dunk.

It came on a fastbreak as Brockington beat Nebraska down the floor and had a great angle to the hoop. Nebraska freshman Eduardo Andre went up to try and prevent the dunk late, but he had no shot at a block.

The end result was a beautiful poster that will be one to remember by Brockington. Check it out:

Despite Brockington’s strong play, Penn State is still trailing by nine with around nine minutes left in the game. Can the Nittany Lions pull off a comeback?