With Penn State Football on the ropes against Michigan, Manny Diaz’s defense came up with one of the most impressive plays across the College Football landscape on Saturday afternoon in Ann Arbor.
The Nittany Lions trailed 13-7, but had just scored their first touchdown of the game on the prior offensive possession on a Sean Clifford pass before Penn State Football’s defense made a game-altering second quarter play.
Penn State Football linebacker Chop Robinson tipped a pass up in the air that linebacker Curtis Jacobs intercepted and returned for a touchdown to give the Nittany Lions the lead 14-13.
You can check out video of the interception below:
At the half, Penn State Football trailed Michigan 16-14 inside Michigan Stadium in the battle of unbeaten and top-10 ranked Big Ten foes.