Saquon Barkley and Penn State owned Michigan on the field Saturday night. One internet-er took it even further.
Someone listed Barkley as the president on the University of Michigan’s Wikipedia page. One Penn State fan got a screenshot before the page was corrected.
— Chris Law (@ChrisLaw) October 22, 2017
Penn State fans had some fun at Michigan’s expense after the Nittany Lions ran away from the Wolverines in a 42-13 win on Saturday night in front of the largest crowd ever at Beaver Stadium.
Barkley played a big part in the win. The star running back ran for 108 yards, had another 53 receiving yards and scored three touchdowns. Barkley’s first score came on the second play of the game when he ran a 69-yard touchdown on a direct snap.
Warning: White Out conditions in Happy Valley.
Also, GIVE THIS MAN THE TROPHY RIGHT NOW: pic.twitter.com/9mNmGYo45s
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 21, 2017
Barkley, however, saved an even more entertaining highlight for later in the game. He caught a 42-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter and bobbled the ball a few times before hauling it in.
You thought @saquonb21 was going to drop two big passes in one night?
Child, please: pic.twitter.com/lr6cSRdh7U
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 22, 2017
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