Penn State Football Without Trey Wallace Against Michigan State
Penn State football wide receiver Trey Wallace will not return to the lineup for the final matchup of the regular season against Michigan State, according to the team’s availability report.
Wallace also missed games after he left the matchup with Delaware and didn’t return to the stat sheet until the game against UMass. Wallace’s current injury happened during the game against Indiana when he left in the first half.
Wallace ends the regular season with 15 receptions for 161 yards and no touchdowns. The receiver was expected to become the No. 2 option for quarterback Drew Allar, but he was never able to become a presence during his six games this season.
Along with Wallace, safety Mehki Flowers and defensive end Smith Vilbert, who’s out for the season, were listed as unavailable on the report while no one was listed as questionable.
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