Let the arguments and soon-to-be chaos begin.

After going down 28-7, No. 7 Penn State made a comeback for the ages to stun No. 6 Wisconsin, 38-31, in the Big Ten championship game Saturday night.

The 21-point deficit was the largest comeback in Big Ten championship history and gives the Nittany Lions another marquee win on its resume as it looks to break into the four-team College Football Playoff spot.

And before his team left the field, PSU head coach James Franklin already started lobbying for his team to be included in the four-team playoff.

“What I do know is that we just won the toughest conference in college football,” he said. “We’ve won nine straight. They say you’re allowed to overcome minor setbacks. We’ve done that. It’s up to you, committee.”

Despite a rough first half, PSU sophomore quarterback Trace McSorley finished the game by completing 22 of 31 passes for 384 yards and four touchdowns in the win. The four touchdown passes also broke the title game record on top of breaking several school single-season records.

McSorley’s top targets Saturday night were Saeed Blacknall (155 yards, 2 TD’s) and DaeSean Hamilton (118 yards) who torched the Badger defense all night.

PSU’s defense was gashed for 415 yards on the night, but the bend but don’t break mentality paid off as the Nittany Lions stopped Wisconsin on 4th-and-1 to win the game.

Now the million dollar question remains, will it be enough to jump into the top 4 in the committee’s rankings?

The Nittany Lions’ resume is impressive with several top ten wins to go with the Big Ten East division crown and now the Big Ten title.

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