A LOOK BACK AT THE 103rd ROSE BOWL penn state football in "The GRANDDADDY OF THEM ALL"

In the highest scoring Rose Bowl ever, Penn State set program bowl records for points in the second quarter (21), third quarter (28), first half points (21) and combined points (101).
Saquon Barkley broke a Penn State bowl record rushing for 194 yards, topping a mark previously set in the 1989 Holiday Bowl.
Barkley's 79-yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter is the seventh-longest in Rose Bowl history and the second-longest scoring run in Penn State bowl history.
Quarterback Trace McSorley hit wide receiver Chris Godwin for a 72-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, which is tied for the third-longest scoring pass in Rose Bowl history and tied for the longest in Penn State bowl history.
Mike Gesicki's 11-yard touchdown pass sparked the first of Penn State's four touchdowns on consecutive offensive plays.
Linebacker Brandon Bell returned his second interception of the season and fourth of his career 24 yards in the record-setting third quarter.
Bell's interception set up McSorley's 3-yard touchdown, a run that took a mere five seconds to set a record for the fastest scoring drive in Rose Bowl history.
Godwin broke the Penn State record for receptions in a bowl game with nine catches, as well as the receiving record with a career-high 187 yards.
Godwin has two 72-yard catches in his bowl career at both the Rose Bowl and the 2014 Pinstripe Bowl, owning the Nittany Lion career bowl receptions record with 22 catches in three bowl games.
An estimated 10,000 fans packed LA Live in downtown Los Angeles for a Penn State Rose Bowl pep rally on the eve of the Rose Bowl.
In-N-Out burger served up their classic burgers for the entire squad following team photo day at the Rose Bowl stadium.
Penn State continued its tradition at the conclusion of the final Rose Bowl practice, carrying Nittany Lion seniors off of the practice field with help from selected teammates and staff members.

"This is a game that everybody you talk to talks about how special it is and how unique it is. I think if you have a bucket list as a coach, this is one of the things that you want to do during your career. Obviously, we're blessed to be here."

Media members flooded the media hotel with the entire team participating in Rose Bowl media day.
Penn State also participated in defensive and offensive media availabilities following bowl practices at the StubHub Center.
From salad spinning to prime rib cutting, the Nittany Lions were treated to a feast at the annual Lawry's Beef Bowl, one of the Rose Bowl's oldest traditions.
Penn State packed up for Pasadena and traveled in style, boarding up to leaving Happy Valley December 26, 2016.

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