LISTEN: How KeAndre Lambert-Smith’s TD vs Villanova sounded on Penn State radio

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Big plays were the story of the day in Penn State’s Week 4 win over Villanova. Among the big plays from the passing game was an 83-yard touchdown pass from Sean Clifford to KeAndre Lambert-Smith in the third quarter, which extended Penn State’s lead to 24-3 shortly after the start of the second half.

The play came shortly after a scary scene on the field when a Villanova player was carted off the field with what was later reported to be concussion symptoms. Clifford rolled to his right looking to find an open receiver after a screen appeared to be covered by the Wildcats. Clifford found Lambert-Smith along the right sideline, and the receiver took off down the field after eluding a pair of Villanova defenders.

Here is the how the call looked and sound don the Big Ten Network broadcast:

Of course, what is key Penn State moment if you don’t get to hear how the voice of the Nittany Lions, radio play-by-play announcer Steve Jones, called the play as it developed?

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