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Watch: Postgame Reaction From Penn State Players After win Over Purdue

Photo by Penn State Athletics: Sean Clifford

It was the best of time, it was the worst of times for Sean Clifford.

In the fourth quarter, it looked like the sixth-year senior had thrown a game-losing pick-6 to Purdue’s Chris Jefferson that put Purdue up a field goal with 8:29 to go.

But Clifford regrouped and led an eight-play, 80-yard drive that ended with his game-winning 10-yard touchdown to Keyvone Lee that put Penn State ahead.

The defense handled Purdue on the ensuing possession to win, 35-31.

The night had a lot of ups and downs, but fortunately for Clifford, it ended on a high.

“It was a nasty win,” Clifford said. “But it’s one that I’ll remember forever.

Here’s more from Clifford, as well as interviews with Lee, Joey Porter Jr., Daequan Hardy and Barney Amor.

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