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Penn State Player Ejected From Tonight's Game vs. Ohio State

Penn State defensive tackle Antonio Shelton is ejected for targeting.

Ohio State and Penn State has had everything so far. Strong defense, a ridiculous one-handed catch, a long touchdown and now an ejection.

Penn State defensive tackle Antonio Shelton was ejected following a review for targeting. Shelton was called for a late hit out of bounds on Ohio State punt returner K.J. Hill.

On the field, Shelton was only flagged for a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. However, a second look at the play resulted in targeting being called.

Looking at a closeup shot of the hit, it appears they got the call correct.

After falling behind 13-0, Ohio State has scored two unanswered touchdowns. Dwayne Haskins hit J.K. Dobbins for a TD on a screen pass before halftime, and Dobbins scored a rushing touchdown in the third quarter.

The Buckeye defense is also tightening up and has dominated Penn State on third downs. Penn State has struggled to generate any sort of offense of late.

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It seems like we're in for a fantastic finish.