Saquon Barkley made Fiesta Bowl history on Saturday evening. And he made it look really, really easy.

Midway through the second quarter, Penn State was backed up deep in its own territory and was just trying to get a little breathing room for the drive. But when Barkley is in the backfield, anything is possible.

Barkley took a handoff from his own 8-yard line, turned on the jetpacks and blasted off for a 92-yard touchdown, sprinting past the Washington defense untouched. It was another unbelievable display of athleticism for one of the game’s most talented players.

In the first half alone, Barkley had over 120 rushing yards and had two touchdowns on the ground. Not bad for a guy who was working on limited snaps in the season finale.

The 92-yard run tied a Penn State record and was the longest rush in the history of the Fiesta Bowl.