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#pounditSaturday, November 27, 2021

Sean Clifford out for game with apparent arm injury

Sean Clifford smiling

Sep 18, 2021; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions quarterback Sean Clifford (14) celebrates with his teammates following the competition of the game against the Auburn Tigers at Beaver Stadium. Penn State defeated Auburn 28-20. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports

The Penn State Nittany Lions lost starting quarterback Sean Clifford for the second half of Saturday’s game at Iowa.

Clifford took a hard hit from Iowa’s Jack Campbell in the first half and left the game. He did not return before halftime.

There was some hope that Clifford would be able to return for the second half, but he was on the sideline in street clothes instead. Greg Pickel of Rivals reported that he was wearing a wrap on his right arm.

Clifford was replaced by sophomore backup Ta’Quan Roberson for the second half.

Clifford is a big loss for the Nittany Lions, especially if the absence extends beyond this week. He came into Saturday’s game with 11 touchdowns and 1,336 passing yards, and has been a big part of Penn State’s unbeaten start to the season.


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