Hull Grabs Back-to-Back Penn State Honors

For the second consecutive game, Penn State fans vote Mike Hull their Player of the Game, this time for his heroic Ohio State game performance.

For the second time in as many games Penn State linebacker Mike Hull has been voted as Penn State's Player of the Game. Previously, Hull's team-high 11 tackles (8 solo), one sack, two tackles for loss and one pass breakup earned him the honor against Michigan. This time he was voted for his squad-leading 19 tackles (7 solo), 2.5 tackles for loss, an interception.

For his Michigan performance the veteran linebacker earned a staggering 92 percent of the vote from fans. This time, against Ohio State, Hull had a bit more of a challenge, but not by much -- he still ran away with the fan honor, tackling 72 percent of the vote.

The FOS Player of the Game is the oldest honor for Penn State players given by Penn State fans. Voting takes place exclusively on after each Penn State football game.

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