Another week, another record for Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley. McSorley — who broke the record for Penn State passing touchdowns last week at Michigan State — became Penn State’s all-time leader in total touchdowns with 66 on Saturday afternoon as he ran in a 20-yard score vs. Rutgers. McSorley entered the game with 50 passing touchdowns and 15 rushing touchdowns. McSorley added to his lead in the category with a 22-yard passing touchdown to DaeSean Hamilton late in the first half to put Penn State up 14-6 against the Scarlet Knights. A junior, McSorley will likely have a huge lead in touchdowns responsible for by the time he leaves Penn State.