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PSU Sights and Sounds: Preparing for the Turtle

UNIVERSITY PARK— November is here, and a good indicator of that was that Penn State practiced indoors ahead of Saturday’s game at Maryland.

NSN didn’t see Chop Robinson at Wednesday’s media viewing window.

Robinson, a defensive end, is one of Penn State’s best players, a likely future first-round draft pick and a former Terp.

It would be disheartening for Robinson to miss out on what would have been his return game in College Park, and coach James Franklin could well be asked about Chop’s status at his post-practice presser.

Here are some sights and some sounds from Wednesday’s practice.

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