When the Nittany Lions started out 0-5, things looked pretty bleak the rest of the season. Some people even had them finishing 0-8, which would’ve been the worst season in Nittany Lions history.

Penn State ended up rallying big-time to end the season as they won their last three games, including the one today against Michigan State.

They trailed the Spartans 21-10 going into the second half but outscore them 29-3 in that second half to win the game, 39-24.

Quarterback Sean Clifford had one of his best games of the season as he threw for 232 yards and two touchdown passes. Receiver Parker Washington caught both of those passes and also had 95 yards overall.

With Penn State finishing their regular-season slate at 3-5, here’s what head coach James Franklin said after the game: