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Penn State Star Safety Jordan Lucas Out For Rest Of Season

Penn State lost more than the game against Northwestern on Saturday. One of the team's top defenders, senior safety Jordan Lucas, is out for the season after getting injured against the Wildcats.

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Penn State has more on Lucas:

Lucas was fourth on the team in tackles with 56, including 2.5 tackles for loss. He also registered three pass breakups, three passes defended and a forced fumble this year. The always reliable Lucas had appeared in 40 consecutive contests until missing the San Diego State game. He had also started 27-straight regular season games before sitting out against the Aztecs.

The New Rochelle, New York native finishes his Penn State career with 180 total tackles, including 117 solo stops. Lucas also accounted for 25 pass breakups, 4.0 sacks and 11.0 tackles for loss in his time in the Blue & White. A two-time All-Big Ten honorable mention choice, Lucas has registered at least 50 tackles each of the last three seasons.

The release does not specify what Lucas' injury is, but on Saturday it appeared to involve his arm/shoulder.

">November 7, 2015

Penn State has a tough pair of games to end the year, hosting Michigan and traveling to Michigan State after a bye this weekend.

[GoPSUSports.com]