Case Keenum finished his record-setting career with another performance for the history books.
The sixth-year senior threw for 532 yards and three touchdowns, leading No. 20 Houston to 30-14 victory against No. 24 Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl on Monday.
The Cougars (13-1) finished with a school record for victories and made Tony Levine a winner in his debut as Houston coach. Levine took over when Kevin Sumlin left to take the Texas A&M job after the regular season.
Keenum came into the game as the NCAA's career leader in yards passing and touchdowns passes, then set a bowl record with 227 yards passing in the first quarter.
''I'm biased, obviously. I'd put him right at the top,'' Levin said when asked where Keenum ranks among the best college quarterbacks of all time. ''You don't win 12 games by accident and I don't think you don't break the records he broke by accident, either.''
Keenum wasn't concerned with his place. He leaves Houston as the school career leader wit...