Down five linebackers against Michigan, Penn State could probably try its kicker out there.
The 258-pound sophomore laid out Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis on a kickoff, clotheslining him with his right arm.
— Roar Lions Roar (@RLRblog) September 24, 2016
Julius came flying up the middle of the field to stop Lewis dead in his tracks. The All-American corner missed the first three games of the season with a variety of injuries, including ones to his back and hamstring.
This is Julius’s second big hit of the year — he laid out a Kent State player on a kickoff in the team’s opener.