STATE COLLEGE — More than likely, four different running backs will continue to see the field next week for Penn State. But there’s a chance a new name could be starting. Just when it looked like quarterback Sean Clifford may lead the Nittany Lions in rushing for the second straight week, Noah Cain helped snap the offense out of a long funk with an impressive touchdown drive late in Saturday’s win over Purdue. The true freshman picked up his team-best fifth rushing score of the season to close out the 35-7 victory. But the 2-yard plunge was just the capper after smashing through tacklers for gains of 11, 16, 8 and 27 to set up the score. It gave Cain his first career 100-yard rushing game, going for 105 yards on just 12 carries. He also caught three passes for 25 yards, and his no-nonsense style stood out once again. It was enough to make the head coach consider a shift in the pecking order. Just not right after the game. “I’m not going to announce a change or a decision on the running back position before watching the tape and studying all those things,” James Franklin said. “We thought that Journey (Brown) had a few weeks where he did some good things to move him to the top o...