After having a less-than-impressive outing against Nebraska in its season opener, the Ohio State defensive line bounced back in a big way against No. 18 Penn State.

Sacking Penn State redshirt junior quarterback Sean Clifford five times and limiting the Penn State rushing attack, Ohio State’s defensive front had a strong first outing on the road. Graduate defensive end Jonathon Cooper said the Buckeyes needed this performance on the defensive front following the sluggish start to the season.

“I feel like we had a great game as a defensive line, just coming together I feel like we worked and we prepared for this in the offseason, we talked about this and I really do love my unit,” Cooper said Saturday in a Zoom conference call.

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