Penn State found time to secure a little bit of history in the blowout win over Kent State.

The Nittany Lions put up 63 points Saturday, including 35 after halftime, to cruise to 3-0 on the season. QB Trace McSorley was the star offensively with five total touchdowns, but it was freshman QB Sean Clifford that put his name in the record books late in the fourth quarter.

Clifford connected with WR Daniel George on a beautiful throw-and-catch that went for 95 yards and a touchdown. George put an amazing move on his defender while Clifford dropped in a perfectly placed pass. It also went down as the longest play from scrimmage in school history.

Penn State on BTN shared the video of the historic play:

Fans will enjoy watching this combo for the next few years.