Penn State Football Theo Johnson Trick Play Touchdown Breaks Twitter (VIDEO)

No. 11 Penn State Football offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich reached deep into his bag of tricks to spring tight end Theo Johnson for his second touchdown of the game on Saturday afternoon against Michigan State.

With the Nittany Lions leading the Spartans 7-0, Yurcich dialed up a play that saw Sean Clifford throw a lateral pass to wide receiver Keandre Lambert-Smith, who launched the ball deep downfield to Johnson for a 54-yard score.

Late in the first quarter, Penn State Football got the scoring started when Clifford connected with Wide open Johnson for the 7-0 lead.

Here is the video of Johnson’s trick play touchdown:

Twitter would react to the Wide Open touchdown late in the first quarter

Per Penn State that Theo Johnson’s TD is Penn State’s 11th by a TE this season. The Nittany Lions entered the game leading the Big Ten in TDs by a TE and second in Power Five

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