Marcus Allen’s locker room celebration after Penn State beat Michigan was his best yet

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After many Penn State wins this season, Marcus Allen’s been giving fans a look at the madness that is a college football locker room after a victory.

Those glimpses usually don’t last more than a minute. But after beating Michigan in what is Penn State’s biggest win so far this season, Allen kept the tape rolling a little longer.

He had every reason to celebrate, too.

The only knock on Penn State thus far in 2017 was that the Nittany Lions hadn’t exactly played tough competition. Well, they passed their first ranked test easily. Michigan came in with one loss and one of the nation’s most fearsome defenses, and Penn State proceeded to hang 42 points on the Wolverines. This was Michigan’s worst defensive performance of the season by halftime. And Allen’s side of the ball showed up too. Michigan’s 269 total yards and 3.8 yards per play were both season-lows, and the Wolverines didn’t score in the second half.

Previously in Marcus Allen Penn State celebration videos:

After beating Northwestern in Week 7:

After Penn State escaped with a last-second win over Iowa:

After a 33-14 win over Pitt in Week 2:

Allen’s next celebration video could be an even bigger one. A matchup with Ohio State in Columbus looms, and looks like it will determine which of those two will be the Big Ten East representative in the conference championship game. Should be fun.

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