I wish him the best! I played with him in high shcool and he has consistently grown over the years into a great athlete and man. I hope he goes on to do great things in the league.
OT: PSU wide receiver Allen Robinson declares for draft
PSU could be in for a long season if Hackenberg transfers and the new coach doesn't maximize his talent as much as BOB.
*sorry if the formatting isn't great. I'm on my phone.
The home schedule next year is god awful especially with BOB et al leaving
And this could be our night game. Woof!
Any Jr. on that team that is considered an NFL prospect, no matter how late in the draft they may be taken, should GTFO.
3rd Coach in 4 years, not knowing what teamates are going to transfer, quit, or go pro.
draft him, wouldn't it?
I could see them taking Bridewater number 1 overall and the getting Allen in a later round (I don't know where he's projected to go right now) to go on the opposite side of Andre Johnson. The Texans could go from supbar/under-performing offense this season to pretty damn good if Arian Foster can finally be healthy for a whole season.
Late first/early second. I could see them going Teddy one, Robinson 2nd round first pick.
I would not be upset at all if the Lions took a WR at 10. Robinson or Watkins.
10 is way too high to be drafting Robinson. Watkins however I would love to see the Lions pick-up.
Well, even the most pessimistic of us should be able to pencil in the PSU game as a probable win now. Come on, Hackenberg, twist that knife in...
I'm sure that's what we all thought about Akron and UConn. No game to me, until proven otherwise, is to be labeled as a "probable" win now.
Well, UM did win those games...
taught us nothing!
R u serious did u watch any game this season
I think everyone's overreacting a little. I'm not saying Michigan is guaranteed to win that game, but some of the prognosticators around here were actually saying Michigan is likely to lose that game. I'm simply they'll probably be solidly favored. I guess I'm just able to look at 2013 as a bad year, with issues that can be corrected during the offseason. Of course, I said that prior to 2010 as well...
He won't have to watch that catch replayed over and over again leading up to next years game.
I'm sure he'll still see a ton of that play (and the one just before it) in the film room.
Anyone know how he got out of Michigan? Just liked PSU?
He was HS senior in 2010, when we were in flux over whether RR was staying or going. Plus, RR wanted smurfs like Gallon and Dileo more than the bigger guys.
He committed to PSU in November 2010, before we could do much to get him. Best other offer from Minnesota.
Also, Bolden (former PSU QB) HS teammate.
A good example of being coached up - but hey Gallon wasn't highly recruited either.
Hey those smurfs turned out just fine
I'm not sure how both Michigan and MSU missed out? Guess its not so strange wasn't mark Ingram from Michigan? How did Lloyd Carr miss out on him?
Robinson had 177 receptions for 2,479 yards and 17 TDs in his Penn State career, but he always seemed to be very sure-handed and like someone that you had to account for on every single snap that he was in the game. He should have a pretty productive career on Sundays, I would think. Best of luck to him in the next phase of his football career.