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WATCH: Postgame Player Reaction From Penn State’s Win

UNIVERSITY PARK— Chop Robinson played in 12 of Penn State’s 13 games last season.

The one he didn’t play in was the team’s only night game at Beaver Stadium in 2022.

Robinson was absent for Penn State’s White Out win over Minnesota.

Saturday night, Penn State was back at Beaver Stadium and back under the lights. This time, Robinson played, and the environment was everything he thought it’d be.

“I already knew how it was going to be,” Robinson told reporters after Penn State’s 38-15 win. “I loved the atmosphere.”

Here more from Chop, as well as receivers KeAndre Lambert-Smith (four catches, 123 yards, two TDs) Harrison “Trey” Wallace (seven catches, 72 yards), and running back Nicholas Singleton (13 carries, 70 yards, TD) below.

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