Norvell: Justin Brown ‘looked like Mike Tyson punched him in the chest,’ but will be fine
“I think he’s gonna be fine,” Norvell said. “He just kind of came down on the football and kind of bruised his chest plate a little bit.”
Brown, a senior, transferred in from Penn State in the aftermath of the child abuse scandal. Saturday, he caught two passes for 55 yards, which included a huge 46-yard reception down the sideline. He’s also made a big impact on special teams; Saturday, he returned three punts for a total of 102 yards and almost scored in the first quarter.
“He’s a big, strong,physical receiver and dependable to the catch,” Josh Heupel said. “He’s very disciplined in what he’s doing and he’s only going to get better and better.”
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