It’s Saturday.

College football is here.

And early Saturday afternoon, highlights are being made from across the country. Penn State is hosting Kent State with the game being televised on FS1 and the Nittany Lions’ first score was one to see.

Quarterback Trace McSorley dropped back and threw a 40-yard bomb to WR De’Andre Thompkins and Thompkins made his first catch of the season a spectacular one.

Take a look:

Both the throw and catch were great and it got Penn State off to an early lead. The TD pass from McSorley also extends a current NCAA-leading streak: consecutive games throwing a TD pass.

McSorley now has thrown a score in 31 straight contests.