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Gallery: Penn State Plays for Chop, Pounds Maryland

Adisa Isaac celebrates another Penn State sack of Taulia Tagovailoa, holds up four fingers on each hand to honor Chop Robinson

College Park, Maryland— Penn State played without one of its best players Saturday in defensive end Chop Robinson.

Missing the game with an injury was particularly painful for Chop because it was his only chance to play at his old school for his new team.

But coach James Franklin made sure his squad played with Chop in mind, and it did. Penn State won, 51-15.

Here are some photos from PSU’s latest win.

Drew Allar and the Penn State quarterbacks warmup for the Lions conference matchup at Maryland.

Jaylen Reed and Chop Robinson share an embrace.

Penn State’s Daequan Hardy during pregame warmups ahead of the Lions matchup against Maryland.

Abdul Carter looks on as the Nittany Lions get set to take on Maryland.

Jaylen Reed looks on as Penn State gets set to take the field for their matchup at Maryland.

Penn State has averaged a 24.8 margin of victory in James Franklin’s 10 matchups against Maryland.

Drew Allar drops back to pass for his eventual third touchdown pass of the first half.

James Franklin celebrates Penn State’s third touchdown of the first half. (Photo by Matt Lynch, Nittany Sports Now

Theo Johnson celebrates his first half score.

Tyler Warren looks to evade a Maryland defender.

Taulia Tagovailoa scrambes out of the pocket.

Curtis Jacobs celebrates a third down stop.

Curtis Jacobs and Manny Diaz celebrate a Penn State third down stop.

Dani Dennis-Sutton and Penn State’s defense sacked Taulia Tagovailoa 6 times.

Johnny Dixon sacks Taulia Tagovailoa.

Drew Allar picks up a first down on the ground.

Adisa Isaac celebrates another Penn State sack of Taulia Tagovailoa, holds up four fingers on each hand to honor Chop Robinson

Dante Cephas hauls in his second touchdown reception of the game.

Penn State RB Kaytron Allen reminds Maryland’s Ja’Quan Shepard of the score.

Kaytron Allen celebrates a fourth quarter touchdown.

Beau Pribula takes a goal line snap and fights for an eventual touchdown.

Jordan van den Berg celebrates a fourth quarter fumble recovery.

Tony Rojas celebrates a fourth quarter interception with the Penn State sideline.

Penn State sings the Alma Mater following their 51-15 win over Maryland.

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