Trace McSorley has one final game left in a Penn State uniform. The record-setting quarterback will have one last chance to leave is legacy on one of the most historic programs in college football.

Leading the Nittany Lions to a 9-3 record in 2018, McSorley’s final start will come in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Penn State will take on Kentucky and try to post a 10-win season for the third straight season, something that hasn’t happened since the 1980s.

Penn State recently arrived in Orlando and has been putting in plenty of work on the practice field. Following one team workout, McSorley talked about the Citrus Bowl and his final game as a Nittany Lion.

McSorley was one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the country this season, throwing for 2,284 yards and rushing for 723 more. He accounted for 27 total touchdowns this fall.

As a three-year starter, McSorley broke numerous program records and won 30 career games. Penn State didn’t lose a home game with McSorley under center until this year.

Penn State takes on Kentucky on New Year’s Day.