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College Football: Top Performers from Penn State Nittany Lions Win Over Indiana Hoosiers

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College Football: Top Performers from Penn State Nittany Lions Win Over Indiana Hoosiers

2019-11-18 17:31:47

-by Sammy Jacobs, Contributing Writer; Image: Penn State running back Journey Brown. (Image Source: Gregory Fisher/Getty Images)

State College, PA— Here are the top performers from Penn State’s 34-27 win over Indiana:

Top Offensive Performers:

Sean Clifford, QB, Penn State- Clifford did not ‘wow’ in the passing game, but did enough and then he dominated when he could with his legs. Any time Indiana had good man coverage, Clifford found the holes and burned the Hoosiers with his legs. He was 11-of-23 passing for 179 yards and a touchdown. Clifford also rushed for two touchdowns and had 71 non-sack rushing yards.

Journey Brown, RB, Penn State- Brown accounted for 120 all-purpose yards and had a dagger touchdown run after the ill-fated fake punt. He ran for 100 yards on 21 carries.

Peyton Ramsey, QB, Indiana- Ramsey had another career day as he threw for 371 yards on 31-of-41 passing. He shook off two bad passes in the first half that could have been disastrous and moved the ball through the air at will the rest of the afternoon. Ramsey accounted for all three of Indiana’s touchdowns (2 rushing, 1 passing).

Ty Fryfogle, WR, Indiana-Fryfogle has quietly put together a nice season behind Whop Philyor and he exposed the Penn State defensive backs on Saturday. He caught five passes for 131 yards including a touchdown.

Top Defensive Performers

Kahlil Bryant, DB, Indiana-Bryant led the Hoosiers in tackles with 10. He has become the senior leader the Hoosiers have needed as the young safeties have struggled.

James Miller, LB, Indiana- Miller broke out last November and now put up another big November game as he steps in for Thomas Allen. Miller made seven tackles including a sack and a forced fumble.

Micah McFadden, LB, Indiana-McFadden has become Indiana’s most disruptive linebacker. He only tallied four tackles, but he pressured Clifford three times and forced him to rush throws.

Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State- Parsons fills up the stat sheet. He made seven tackles, forced a fumble, broke up a pass and had one quarterback pressure.

To read more from Sammy Jacobs and his staff at HoosierHuddle.com, click here.

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