This man needs no introduction. The best Quarterback in the last decade, Daryll Clark helped the Nittany Lions win a share of the Big Ten championship in 2008, finishing the season 11-1. He led Penn State to the same record in 2009, capped by a win over LSU in the Capital One Bowl.
Clark sat behind Anthony Morelli in the 2007 season, but burst onto the scene in the Alamo Bowl against Texas A&M. When the team needed a spark, Clark provided the change of pace needed to secure the win.
In his 2008 campaign, Clark was twice named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, once after his masterful performance against Wisconsin, and another after the thrashing of Michigan State to end the season. He ended the season by being named First Team All Big Ten.
Clark again earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors twice in 2009, after the Akron and Michigan games. He was also name First Team All Big Ten that season.
With a 22-4 record, he’s the most successful Quarterback to start multiple seasons at Penn State since joining the Big Ten.
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