Check out the highs and lows from Penn State's win over Navy on Saturday at Beaver Stadium.
GAME BALL (OFFENSE) - Allen Robinson - Penn State
Robinson came into the game as the Big Ten's leader in receptions, and he turned in another career performance in the win. The sophomore finished with five catches for 136 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
GAME BALL (DEFENSE) - Michael Mauti - Penn State
Defending Navy's triple option attack is never easy, but Mauti and teammate Gerald Hodges were all over the field from their outside linebacker positions all day. Mauti gets the nod for the Game Ball, notching a game-high 12 tackles, a sack and two tackles for loss.
PLAY OF THE GAME - Things went right all day for Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson, but his third score was originally meant for freshman Trevor Williams. The ball popped off Williams' hands inside the 5-yard line and into the waiting arms of Robinson, who was behind the defense in the end zone. The score gave Penn State a 27-0 lead late in the third quarter.
BEST PASS - Leading 7-0 midway through the first quarter, Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin hit receiver Allen Robinson on a square in downfield. With one move Robinson was headed for the end zone for a 45-yard score.
WORST PASS - With Sean Stanley closing in on him fast, Navy quarterback Trey Miller floated a careless pass out to a covered receiver. Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges could have called for a fair catch as he brought down the interception.
BEST RUN - Penn State linebacker Mike Hull channelled his high school running back days as he scooped up a Navy fumble and glided 74 yards for a score early in the fourth quarter.
WORST RUN - Navy went nowhere but backwards on its first drive, using three running plays and two penalties to lose 12 yards to start the game. Not the way to make a good impression on the road.
BEST CATCH - Penn State freshman tight end Jesse James made his first career reception a memorable one, as he grabbed a 2-yard touchdown pass in the front corner of the north end zone on the Nittany Lions' first drive.
BEST CATCH 2 - Navy didn't complete many passes on the day, but you have to credit Midshipmen wideout Shawn Lynch with the game's top grab as he plucked a deep ball away from Stephon Morris on the first play of the second half.
BEST KICK - Navy punter Pablo Beltran got off a nice effort on his first and only punt of the day, when he booted a 44-yarder from his own end.
WORST KICK - Penn State kicker Sam Ficken's struggles continued as he booted his third extra point attempt wide in the second quarter.
BEST TACKLE - With Navy driving late in the first quarter, Penn State defensive tackle DaQuan Jones swallowed up Navy ballcarrier Trey Miller for a 2-yard loss to bring up a third down.
BIGGEST HIT - Navy quarterback Trey Miller may have gotten rid of the ball just in time, but that didn't stop Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges from laying the wood on a hit that made you cringe.
BEST HIT - Penn State safety Stephen Obeng-Agyapong closed fast and leveled Navy ballcarrier Trey Miller on a carry in the second quarter, separating Miller from the ball and forcing a turnover.
BEST SACK - Penn State defensive end Deion Barnes took a straight outside rush on a third quarter Navy fourth down and got to Navy quarterback Trey Miller, forcing a fumble in the process. It was Barnes' fourth sack of the year.
BEST SACK 2 - With time ticking away in the fourth quarter, Anthony Zettel's first down sack/flying elbow drop on Navy quarterback John Hendrick put the Midshipmen away.
BEST PICK - Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges had the only interception of the game, and nearly had another in the third quarter as well.
BEST CALL - After two weeks of atypical Penn State defense, Ted Roof called a heck of a game against a tough team to scheme for. The Nittany Lions finished with four sacks, four takeaways and Navy was just 4 of 15 on third downs on Saturday.
WORST CALL - Penn State has made a living off of going for it on fourth down this season, but a fourth and goal on the Navy 8-yard line in the second quarter was the perfect time to get Sam Ficken a chance to gain some confidence with a 25-yard field goal. The Lions went for it and did not convert.
HEADS UP AWARD - Penn State had not had the fortune of getting the lucky bounce this season, but Allen Robinson's third touchdown was clearly a fluke play that ended up going right for the Nittany Lions.
MOST TELLING STATISTIC - 7.0
Penn State was looking to get a little bit more out of its offense after stalling the last two weeks, and the Nittany Lions answered on Saturday, gaining seven yards per play in the win. Penn State was outgained by the Midshipmen 371-341, but ran just 49 offensive plays to Navy's 83.