It was a rough night for the Nittany Lions, but there were some bright spots among the players. Cast your vote for the player you feel deserves the FOS Player of the Game honor against the Buckeyes.

Here are the Player of the Game candidates against Ohio State:

Jeremy Boone: Had some solid punts despite getting a good amount of work on Saturday night to help with the field position battle.

Dan Connor: Double digit tackles and an interception, one of the few bright spots among and uninspired defensive effort.

Rodney Kinlaw: Managed 81 yards (5.8 YPC) and a rare PSU TD against a stingy run defense.

Sean Lee: Another rare defensive positive in this one after grabbing double-digit tackles.

Jordan Norwood: Grabbed five catches for 45 yards (7.0 YPC).

Vote for Your Player of the Game vs. OSU

The FOS Player of the Game is the ONLY honor awarded to a Penn State football player by Nittany Nation fans. Voting is conducted exclusively at FightOnState.com after each PSU football game.


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