Norwood Snags FOS POG Honor

Senior wideout Jordan Norwood put on a show last Saturday against Syracuse, and the Penn State fans thanked him in proper fashion, honoring him as the Player of the Game.

With five receptions for 113 yards and two touchdowns, Jordan Norwood had a big day against the Syracuse Orange. however, it was his first catch - that went for a 55-yard touchdown - which ignited the Penn State offense.

Norwood beat out several other candidates, including his fellow senior wideout Deon Butler who had seven receptions for 110 yards and two touchdowns.

Here is how the fan voting broke down:

Norwood: 44%
Butler: 26%
Clark: 3%
Devlin: 12%
Defensive Unit: 15%

The FOS Player of the Game is the first and only honor given to Penn State football players by Nittany Nation fans. Voting is conducted exclusively at

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