Sean Merriman, web editor, July 14, 2015

At 8 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, we will replay Penn State's memorable 24-17 victory over Texas A&M in the 2007 Alamo Bowl.

Penn State's backfield was outstanding in this game, helping the Nittany Lions erase a 14-0 deficit in the first quarter. Rodney Kinlaw rushed for 143 yards, while Evan Royster added 65 yards, including a 38-yard TD scamper that broke a 17-17 tie late in the third quarter.

Penn State quarterback Anthony Morelli threw for 143 yards and a touchdown in the win, which marked the 23rd career bowl victory for Joe Paterno.

Here is a breakdown of Penn State's Alamo Bowl win.

Top play: Penn State's Evan Royster broke a tie with a 38-yard touchdown run in the closing seconds of the third quarter. That score gave the Nittany Lions a 24-17 lead, which would remain the final score of the game.

Top stat line: When it comes to stats, this game was about as even as you can get. Both Penn State and Texas A&M attempted 31 passes in the game. Both teams were 6-for-16 on third down attempts. Both quarterbacks threw an interception, and Penn State had the ball for 29:40 of the game, while Mississippi State's time of possession was 30:20.

Top player: Rodney Kinlaw carried the ball 21 times for 143 yards, while also adding two catches in the game for the Nittany Lions.