Pitt holds off Penn State rally to win Keystone Classic 42-39

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PITTSBURGH - The first Penn State-Pitt game in 16 years was worth the wait. The two teams are playing four consecutive years with the Panthers earning the victory in the first meeting 42-39 Saturday at Heinz Field. Trace McSorley's throw with a little over a minute left in the game was intercepted by Ryan Lewis to secure the victory. The Nittany Lions were dominated in the first half and trailed 28-14 at the break. They scored 18 points in the 4th quarter to pull within a field goal but could get no closer. FOX43's Matt Maisel was at the game and has our postgame coverage.

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