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PSU DE Chop Robinson Seen Wearing Sweatpants During Warmups

Photo by Penn State Athletics: Chop Robinson

STATE COLLEGE, P.A.– It looks like Penn State will be without a big part of its defense for tonight’s game against Minnesota. 

Chop Robinson, a transfer from the University of Maryland who is in his first season with Penn State, wore sweatpants during pregame warmups.

Just six games into his Penn State career, Robinson has already established himself as one of Penn State’s best defensive players. His 87.8 Pro Football Focus grade is eighth in the country among edge rushers and third in the Big Ten. 

His 240 snaps overall are second to Adisa Isaac among Penn State ends.

It’s unclear what Robinson’s status is, but it doesn’t look like he’ll be playing. 

Elsewhere on the injury front, Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford looks good to go.

Penn State guard Landon Tengwall missed last week’s game against Michigan after hurting himself in warmups and wasn’t seen warming up with his teammates tonight. Running back Keyvone Lee wasn’t at practice Wednesday and wasn’t seen in warmups. 

Penn State and Minnesota kick off at approximately 7:40 on ABC.

Update: Robinson is not playing tonight

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