Penn State Football’s Chop Robinson Back In Lineup Ahead Of Michigan Matchup

Penn State football’s star defensive end will be back on the line against Michigan, according to the team’s availability report.

Chop Robinson exited the game against Ohio State after taking a hit to the head and missed the team’s next two matchups against Indiana and Maryland. Robinson made the trip to Maryland and warmed up in pads with the team prior to the game. The junior has recorded nine tackles, three sacks, and a forced fumble so far in the 2023 campaign.

Fellow defensive end Amin Vanover also wasn’t on the Nittany Lions’ availability report after being listed as questionable for the past two games, and not seeing any action. This season, Vanover has amassed five total tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss.

Wide receiver Trey Wallace is listed as out again after leaving the tilt with Indiana and not returning to action against Maryland. This is Wallace’s second stint on the availability report as he missed three games during the beginning of the season before returning against UMass. In his six games this year, Wallace has 15 receptions for 161 yards and no touchdowns.

True freshman Jameial Lyons is also out for the contest with Michigan. Lyons has appeared in four games this season and recorded his first career sack against Delaware. The defensive end has drawn a lot of praise from James Franklin as hewas expected to burn his redshirt.

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