LISTEN: How Jaquan Brisker’s big INT sounded on TV and Penn State radio

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There are those moments that stand out that you will always remember. On Saturday, Penn State opened their 2021 season with Big Ten battle against the Wisconsin Badgers from Camp Randall Stadium, and it was full of some memorable moments.

In the fourth quarter with Penn State leading 16-10 and Wisconsin in a 4th & Goal from the Nittany Lions’ eight-yard line, Penn State needed a big play. Leave it to preseason All-American safety Jaquan Brisker to step up and make the big play. Brisker read the read from Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz and made an adjustment to step in front of the pass to the end zone. Brisker then returned the interception 41 yards which would help Penn State come closer to a big road win.

And when a big play happens on FOX, you know play-by-play announcer Gus Johnson is going to go a little crazy. He did not disappoint in that department…

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Of course, what big Penn Stae moment is complete without hearing the voice of radio voice of the Nittany Lions Steve Jones? You can watch Jones making his call on the big play, along with analyst Jack Ham sharing his immediate breakdown of what he saw.

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