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Watch: PSU Postgame Player Reaction From Rose Bowl Win

PASADENA, C.A.— Penn State has won the Rose Bowl, beating Utah 35-21 Monday in Pasadena.

For center Juice Scruggs and defensive tackle PJ Mustipher, their last game as Penn State players was just about perfect.

It might be Curtis Jacobs’s last game, too.

The linebacker hasn’t declared for the NFL Draft, said early this week that he’s undecided on his future.

For every player, last game or not, it was a day of dreams.

”A lot of people counted us out at the beginning of the season,” receiver KeAndre Lambert-Smith, who finished with three catches, 124 yards and a Rose Bowl record88-yard touchdown, said. “To come out here and win a Rose Bowl, it’s just now starting to hit me.”

Hear more from Lambert-Smith, Scruggs, Mustipher, Jacobs and Nick Singleton below.


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