Penn State was dominant in every way in Saturday’s 63-10 win over Kent State to improve to 3-0 on the year. The Nittany Lions were so dominant, they put up some offensive numbers that hadn’t been seen in over two decades in Happy Valley.

Penn State registered 643 yards of total offense in the non-conference finale on Saturday, the highest yardage total for the program since 1995, when the Lions totaled 661 yards against Rutgers.

The Nittany Lions hit the total with 346 yards through the air and 297 rushing yards.

Trace McSorley threw for 229 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing for 54 yards and three additional scores in the win. Miles Sanders and Johnathan Thomas led the way on the ground, racking up 86 yards and 84 yards respectively.

Along with the big offensive totals, Penn State also set a record for the longest scoring play from scrimmage in school history, as backup quarterback Sean Clifford connection with Daniel George for a 95-yard touchdown pass.

It was a fun day for everyone on the Penn State sideline in Beaver Stadium.

Penn State now enters B1G play after rounding out the non-conference schedule. It will travel to Champaign to battle Illinois next Saturday.