COLUMBUS, OHIO — Penn State will be taking on Ohio State sans tight end Andrew Rappleyea and defensive end Smith Vilbert.
No players were listed as questionable on the injury report for the Nittany Lions meaning the visitors will enter Saturday afternoon’s contest against the Buckeyes as healthy as they’ve been in quite some time.
Vilbert is out for the season while Rappleyea has been a non-factor in the tight end room this season.
Penn State being at full strength is a major advantage for the Nittany Lions as Ohio State is banged up heading into Saturday’s battle of unbeatens.
Will the depth of the Buckeyes prevail or will Penn State be able to use that to their advantage?
Penn State (vs. Ohio State) injury report: As healthy as the Nittany Lions have been all season. No. 2 WR Harrison Wallace III returned last week after missing the previous three games. #WeAre #PSU #OSUvsPSU pic.twitter.com/Ql5OoujkS1
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