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AUSTIN JOHNSON RUMORS

Another Penn State standout headed to Senior Bowl

Austin Johnson announced Saturday he is skipping his final season of eligibility at Penn State. Thursday, the Senior Bowl announced the Nittany Lions defensive lineman will head to Mobile, Ala., to take part in the annual showcase for potential pros. The 6-4, 323-pound Johnson was a second-team All-Big Ten pick this season after totaling 78 tackles, including 15 for loss and 6...
Via Fox Sports
January 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Penn State DT Austin Johnson Declares For NFL Draft

Penn State may not have had the finished it hoped for Saturday afternoon against Georgia, but the Nittany ions have a lot to be proud of.  With the 24-17 loss behind them, players were able to look back and be thankful for everything they accomplished in 2015. And for some upperclassmen, it was a chance to plan the future, and defensive tackle Austin Johnson did just that.  After...
Via College Spun
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Could Austin Johnson leave Penn State early for the NFL?

Penn State knows it will lose at least two members of its outstanding defensive line when this season is over, but could a third member exit the program as well? Tackle Anthony Zettel, an All-Big Ten performer last season, and end Carl Nassib, the nation's current leader in sacks and tackles for loss in his first year as a starter, are both seniors. First-year starter Garrett Sickels...
Via Fox Sports
November 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Penn State represents a different kind of challenge for Michigan

The Michigan offense is riding high these days after posting 97 points and 1,068 total yards the last two weeks, but do those numbers tell the whole story? Maybe not. The Wolverines put up those big numbers against Rutgers and Indiana teams that have had a tendency to, well, give up big numbers. Per Football Outsiders, the Hoosiers rank 104th nationally in defensive S&P+, which...
Via Fox Sports
November 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: Penn State’s Fat Guy Touchdown Turns the Tide

Faced with a third and 11 on its own 25, Penn State’s defense — trying to prevent San Diego State from scoring — was hoping for a stop. However, the Nittany Lions got a lot more than that. The Penn State pass rush got after San Diego State quarterback Maxwell Smith, forcing a fumble. Defensive tackle Austin Johnson scooped up the loose pigskin and lumbered 71 yards into the...
Via The Student Section
September 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Austin Johnson dominating on Penn State's D-line

Austin Johnson has been far more than Penn State football's "other defensive tackle" so far this season.  The junior from Galloway, N.J., leads the Nittany Lions with 21 tackles, of which 5.5 have been for loss and 2.5 have been sacks.  He had six tackles, including two for loss and a sack, last week as PSU dominated Rutgers 28-3, and he admitted it was special performing well...
Via Fox Sports
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss
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