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Watch: Emotional Drew Allar, PSU Veterans Talk After OSU Loss

COLUMBOUS— It was a big day for everybody associated with Penn State football, but for Drew Allar, it might have meant a little more.

The Medina, Ohio native grew up watching Ohio State.

But by the time Ohio State offered him, he was already a senior and committed to Penn State.

Saturday was Allar’s first start against his boyhood team and his first in Ohio Stadium. It didn’t go well.

Allar ended the day completing just 18 of 42 passes for 191 yards and a touchdown in the 20-12 loss.

Hear from an emotional Allar, as well as veterans Olu Fashanu and Curtis Jacobs here.

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