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Penn State Football Without Chop Robinson and Trey Wallace Against Maryland

Penn State will be without an integral piece of its defensive line and wide receiver corps for the matchup with Maryland, according to the team’s availability report.

Defensive end Chop Robinson will miss his second game in a row after he left the Ohio State game after taking a hit to the head. Robinson started every game this year for the Nittany Lions before missing Indiana and is a projected future first-round draft pick. This year, the defensive end has recorded nine tackles, three sacks, and a forced fumble.

Wide receiver Trey Wallace was listed as out after exiting early last week against Indiana. Wallace previously missed three games with an injury, but returned to the stat sheet against UMass and played against Ohio State. Wallace didn’t provide the spark to the wide receiver room that was expected upon his return and the pass-catcher has 15 receptions for 161 yards this season.

Amin Vanover, another staple on the defensive line, was listed as questionable for the matchup against Maryland. Vanover was also listed as questionable for last week’s game against Indiana and didn’t see the field during the narrow victory. The junior has five tackles, 1.5 sacks, and a forced fumble during the 2023 campaign.

Cornerback Elliot Washington II and safety Mehki Flowers were also listed as out ahead of Saturday’s matchup after missing last week against Indiana.

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