WATCH: Penn State Football RB Nick Singleton 100-Yard Kickoff Return Touchdown vs. Rutgers
Penn State Football RB Nick Singleton sparked the Nittany Lions against Rutgers, with a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
No. 11 Penn State Football got off to a sluggish start at Rutgers against the Scarlet Knights, that is, until freshman running back Nick Singleton sparked the Nittany Lions.
The Lions trailed Rutgers 3-0, when Singleton returned the ensuing kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown to give Penn State Football the lead.
1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ YARD KICK RETURN TO THE HOUSE.@NickSingletonn x @PennStateFball pic.twitter.com/KdCG1S3yBq
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) November 19, 2022
Twitter would react to the play which gave Penn State the 7-3 lead
What a kick return for a TD by Nick Singleton! Love watching this kid develop. #PennState
— JEFF WARREN (@Jeffrey_Warren) November 19, 2022
Just a reminder that Nick Singleton probably wouldn’t have seen the field in Rutger’s loaded backfield.
— Walleyes, Whitetails & Whiskeys are all around us (@weirbeard1) November 19, 2022
NICK SINGLETON 100 YARDS TO THE HOUSE pic.twitter.com/Py4A6u6bQz
— Alex Kielar (Re-Sign Judge) (@AlexTBPK) November 19, 2022
Nick Singleton already has NFL speed as a college freshman @PennStateFball pic.twitter.com/1KI09dQaMp
— Jared Phillips (@JaredL_Phillips) November 19, 2022
Congratulations to Nick Singleton on the touchdown!!! 🏈💙🏈🦁🎉 We Are Penn State!!! 🏈💙🏈 #WeAre https://t.co/NBTCmTEdqB
— Kimberly Mumford (@Kimmy2858) November 19, 2022
😱😱😱. Nick Singleton 100 yd return!!!! Go @PennStateFball
— Diane ❤️🖤💛🏈 (@dianesteeler) November 19, 2022
One of Penn State Greats give his take on the TD
— Adam Taliaferro (@Tali43) November 19, 2022
It has been a while that we saw a Kickoff Touchdown by Penn State
Singleton goes 100 yards on the kickoff return for a score. It marks the 3rd time since 1975 Penn State has had a 100-yard kickoff return for a TD.
Penn State gets its first kickoff return for a TD since Lamont Wade went the distance against Michigan State in 2020.
— Penn State FB Communications (@PennStFBComms) November 19, 2022