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Hit on Penn State kicker Joey Julius results in another ejection

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- One Penn State player above all might have a target on his back this season -- and it just so happens to be a Nittany Lions kicker. For the second straight week, a defender was ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct after hitting Joey Julius late on a third-quarter kickoff. Maryland linebacker Isaiah Davis was forced to leave Saturday's 38-14 Nittany Lions win as officials flagged him for lowering his shoulder and hitting Julius after the kick traveled out of bounds. Maryland coach D.J. Durkin said that even if Davis had not been ejected he would have removed the redshirt freshman from the game. "That's not our program," Durkin said. The penalty came a week after Minnesota linebacker Jaylen Waters was ejected for a similar hit on Julius. "It means he's dangerous," Penn State linebacker Koa Farmer said of his teammate. "Joey is legit. He's one of us running down the field. That's...
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