Penn State rolls in opener against Idaho

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It didn’t take long to realize Penn State was the better team Saturday.

The Nittany Lions scored their most points since beating Cincinnati almost thirty years ago, routing FCS opponent Idaho 79-7.

Quarterback Sean Clifford and the starters played just more than a half and had the Nittany Lions up 51-0 when they gave way to the backups who would pile on 28 more points.

Clifford finished 14-23 for 280 yards and 2 TD, while adding 57 yards on the ground. KJ Hamler hauled in 4 balls for 115 yards and 2 TD.

Five different Penn State running backs found the end zone, including freshman Devyn Ford busting an 81 yard run in the second quarter.

Penn State hosts Buffalo next Saturday at 7:30 pm.

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