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Minnesota player ejected for hitting Penn State's kicker, but there's more to the story than that

The Nittany Lions' kicker is no stranger to giving or receiving big hits. Penn State kicker Joey Julius likes to get into the action, and why shouldn't he? He's listed at 5'10 and about 260 pounds, giving him a certain presence that most college kickers lack. On Saturday against Minnesota, that led to trouble. Here's a hit Minnesota's Jaylen Waters put on Julius after a second-half kickoff, which is at least the second time in a month that Julius has been the target of a special teamer trying to make a point, or something.
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