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Postgame Reaction After Penn State’s win Over Ohio

Photo by Penn State Athletics: Parker Washington

Penn State did what it needed to do against Ohio.

The four-touchdown favorites were supposed to win and win big in their home opener and did both in a 46-10 triumph.

It was a good day for Penn State’s young players and veterans.

“It’s just a great experience,” freshman receiver Tre Wallace, who caught his first college pass and added three more receptions for a total of 35 yards, told reporters after the game. “Being in a position to help my team get a win and contribute to the team.”

“We preach 1-0 all the time,” third-year receiver Parker Washington, who caught four passes for 60 yards, said. “One week at a time, one practice at a time, one meeting at a time.”

Here’s more from Washington and Wallace, as well as Ji’Ayir Brown.


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