Sport Penn State's Toney blocks field goal with his facemask

01:05  27 october  2019
01:05  27 october  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Penn State is rolling on the road against Michigan State this Saturday, and in the first half Shaka Toney blocked a field goal. With his face.

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Toney got such awesome penetration on this field-goal attempt by the Spartans that his facemask was what ultimately got in the way.

The Spartans really have little-to-no shot in this one and are losing 13-0 in front of their hometown fans on a rainy, miserable day in East Lansing.

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