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Jacob Myers | NCAA.com | September 29, 2018

Watch: Penn State wideout Juwan Johnson makes Odell Beckham-like catch vs. Ohio State

Nearly every season, almost every play has mattered when Ohio State and Penn State meet which makes Penn State wide receiver Juwan Johnson’s catch even more incredible.

On the Nittany Lions’ second drive against the fourth-ranked Buckeyes, quarterback Trace McSorley threw the ball deep toward the sideline where Johnson skied for the ball and came down with an immaculate one-handed grab, similar to a famous grab by New York Giants wideout Odell Beckham, Jr.

Johnson’s grab is just the latest of several great catches this year, but it’s certainly near the top of the list of ones we’ve seen so far.

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After the 31-yard reception, Penn State ended its drive with a field goal.

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College wrestling: Penn State-Rutgers preview, what to watch for

Penn State wrestling's match against Rutgers will be its first conference dual against a ranked opponent this season, and they’ll have a number of interesting contests across the 10 weight classes worth watching. These are the three biggest storylines to know.
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College wrestling rankings: Penn State takes top spot from Iowa in latest NWCA poll

After dominant wins over Maryland and Indiana last weekend, Penn State claimed the top spot in the NWCA poll, overtaking the undefeated defending national champions Iowa for the first time this year. Here’s what you need to know about the new rankings.
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