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Penn State Depth Chart Week 6: Michigan

Two lost teams seek any glimmer of hope.

NCAA Football: Iowa at Penn State Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

For a team that cannot seem to catch any breaks, every week continues to drift further and further off course from where everyone expected that season to play out back in January.

First thing, with yet another huge personnel loss and Pat Freiermuth finished for the season, Brenton Strange takes the top tight end role. KeAndre Lambert-Smith and Daniel George also flip flop back at wide receiver. Will Levis gets top billing at quarterback, but we’ll see if he gets the start or if the coaches saw something they could use in letting Sean Clifford sling it deep last week they can use against a Michigan squad susceptible to those throws.

Meanwhile, Ta’Quan Roberson remains listed third even though he was not dressed last week and Micah Bowens was the third option at quarterback against Iowa. There remains no changes on the defense or special teams on the depth chart this week. 2020 will not cease taking things from this squad, despite all their charity giving the ball to the opponents so much.