Watch: Former Penn State receiver elevated for a big touchdown against the Packers

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During any game, you’re going to see plays that are going to be talked about during the week and maybe make Sportscenter Top 10. On Sunday the New Orleans Saints took on the Green Bay Packers and a former Nittany Lion made one of those plays.

During the second quarter, with the New Orleans Saints leading 10-0 faced a 4th & Goal. Quarterback Jameis Winston connected with former Penn State wide receiver Juwan Johnson for the touchdown after Johnson went up an elevator to come down with the catch.

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This is not the first time we have seen Johnson make those types of catches. He did that a couple of times at Penn State with his most famous one was against Ohio State in 2018.

Johnson, who transferred from Penn State to Oregon after the 2018 season, and the Saints have been on cruise control in their opener against the Packers into the second half. Maybe teams from Wisconsin should just avoid season openers entirely?

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