Was this pass interference on the defense?
Everything is going Penn State's way this afternoon as the Nittany Lions take on Ohio State in Columbus.
After opening the game with a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, Penn State got lucky with a called defensive pass interference early in the second quarter.
Trace McSorley attempted a pass down the sideline, but got picked off in the endzone, but Ohio State was flagged for defensive pass interference, which negated the pick.
You be the judge here.
Penn State received a first and goal as a result of the call, and scored a touchdown to give the Nittany Lions a 28-10 lead.
What do you think? Was this pass interference?