Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. converted for two points by mere inches as the Hoosiers stunned the No. 8 Penn State Nittany Lions 36-35 on Saturday at home in Memorial Stadium.
Per the FS1 broadcast, the Hoosiers had lost to 42 straight Associated Press Top 10 opponents prior to their win over PSU, with their last Top 10 victory against No. 9 Ohio State in 1987.
Penn State dominated Indiana in yards from scrimmage (488-211), time of possession (40:25-19:35) and first downs (27-16).
However, Penn State committed three turnovers, including a pair of Sean Clifford interceptions that led to 10 Indiana points.