The Wildcats scored on their first four possessions during Saturday's win.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - This was supposed to be a relatively easy road trip for Virginia Tech. Cross the state, connect with some its fans and maybe a few recruits there, and pick up a routine victory against Old Dominion.
Penn's offense struggled early. The Quakers would go on to route the Lehigh Mountain Hawks 29-10 to become 2-0.
The 10th-ranked Nittany Lions improved to 4-0 at Illinois with their third consecutive lopsided victory. But with Ohio State visiting Happy Valley next week, improvement is needed.
The 10th-ranked Nittany Lions saw a 21-7 lead become a 24-21 deficit before Miles Sanders and Trace McSorley led a spurt of four consecutive touchdowns in the second half.
The Vikings improved to 2-1 after scoring more than 50 points in a second straight game.
Clifford, who has backed up Trace McSorley while Tommy Stevens is sidelined by an injury, has four completions, two for touchdowns, including a record 95-yard throw.
The offensive line has continued to improve and had its second straight game of not allowing a sack.
The Owls scored two defensive touchdowns and forced five turnovers, but were outgained, 403-300.
For the third straight game Armstead rushed for more than 100 yards, the first Owls to do so since 2011.
The freshman from Episcopal Academy earned the start at right tackle in place in injured James McHale
Texas Tech's Alan Bowman, son of Kirk Bowman, a member of the 1982 Nittany Lions' national championship team, has passed for 1,160 yards and eight touchdowns in three games.
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