Robert Windsor is a defensive lineman for Penn State. Typically, at the ends of games, reporters will flock to quarterbacks or some special offensive player.

Maybe once in a while, they’ll spend time with a defensive player. Usually it’s all offense, though.

On Saturday, Penn State went to Iowa and came out of Kinnick Stadium with a 17-12 win. The Nittany Lions are now 6-0 in large part to what the defense did on the road.

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So, after the game, who did ESPN’s Holly Rowe spend time interviewing? Penn State DL Robert Windsor. Windsor had 1.5 sacks to go along with his 2.5 tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries on the night.

Here’s Rowe with Windsor, who doesn’t typically spend time being interviewed:

This is pretty funny. Again, Windsor doesn’t get interviewed much. Do you remember your first public interview? It doesn’t happen much, does it?

Well done for what may have been a first try.