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Penn State Football Wideout Trey Wallace Listed As Questionable For Third Week Against Northwestern

Penn State football will be without Malick Meiga against Northwestern Saturday, while Trey Wallace is listed as questionable, according to the team’s availability report. The report doesn’t list reasons for statuses.

Meiga played in the Nittany Lions’ season opener against West Virginia, where he recorded one catch for seven yards, but hasn’t appeared in a game since. Last year, Meiga appeared in 12 games, making three catches for 19 yards.

Trey Wallace is listed as questionable for the Nittany Lions for the third week in a row. Wallace was in uniform for the Nittany Lions’ last two contests, but saw very limited action and was not targeted at all.

Wallace is a key target for quarterback Drew Allar, and the receiving corps struggled without him against Illinois, but fared better against Iowa. So far, Wallace has 10 receptions for 98 yards, with a long of 18 yards.

True freshman Jameial Lyons is also listed as out for Saturday’s game. Lyons appeared in the first two games of the season but only recorded one tackle.

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