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  Big Ten defenses turned in three of the season's top five sack totals over the weekend, with Penn State leading the way with 10 against Purdue. Wisconsin had nine against Kent State and Michigan had eight against Iowa. Penn State took down Purdue's Jack Plummer 10 times, seven in the first half, and finished with its highest number of sacks since 1999 and one shy of the school record. Defensive ends Shaka Toney (3) and Yetur Gross-Matos (2) combined for half of Penn State's sacks. Eight players had a hand in at least one.

“I didn't even know we had 10 sacks until we got into the locker room,” linebacker Jesse Luketa said. “I'm not surprised, though. We call them the "Wild Dogs" for a reason. We let them loose and it was time to hunt. I-m excited for them. A couple weeks ago there was talk about how our front four weren't as productive as what we wanted, and today they took that to heart and went out and executed.” Purdue had minus-19 rushing yards, the fewest against Penn State since 1978 and fifth-fewest since 1947. - AP College Football

(DS#8 DE) rSr/2021 DE Shaka ToneyPenn State
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