Michigan QB Shea Patterson gives disturbing accusation of Penn State players

This past Saturday night, Michigan went down 21-0 before storming back and nearly tying the game at 28-28, had it not been for a dropped touchdown pass.

A big reason for the Wolverines' comeback was the gritty performance by quarterback Shea Patterson.

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Patterson, who has not been as good as many hoped he would be so far this season, took his teammates on his back and scored a 1-yard touchdown with just 8:48 left in the fourth quarter.

On the touchdown run, Patterson was caught up in the middle of a pile and according to him, Penn State players were gouging at his eyes.

From WolverinesWire:

“Yeah, a little bit – that was not fun at all,” “They had me for a good 10 seconds in there. I don’t even know. I was trying to reach the ball across the plane, and for a good while, I was screaming for my life for a second. Yeah, wasn’t too happy about that.

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“Anything you can do to help (your team) win, right?”

“I’ve never been in a pile as violent as that one,” Patterson said. “Got the touchdown, but that wasn’t fun.

“Dude had his index finger in my eye, in my eye socket, for about, like I said, about 10 seconds. Yeah, that wasn’t good.”

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Watching the game live, you could see Patterson reaching for his eyes after scoring the touchdown and emerging from the pile.

Very unclassy move by the Nittany Lions.

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