Penn State defensive end Chop Robinson was seen in pads and practicing in Penn State’s practice Wednesday afternoon after missing the team’s most recent game.

Robinson, a sophomore transfer from Maryland, played in all of the Lions’ first 6 games this season. The Athletic’s Audrey Snyder noticed Robinson at practice and posted a picture of him on social media.

Penn State could use Robinson’s support this weekend as the Nittany Lions take on Ohio State. Penn State has had a solid season thus far and is looking for an upset win over the Buckeyes to try and make its way into the Big Ten East front runner conversation.

Ohio State has looked invincible so far this season, torching its opponents on its way to a 7-0 start. Penn State is 6-1 with its only loss coming from Michigan in Ann Arbor.

The Buckeyes and Nittany Lions kickoff at noon ET on Saturday. The game will be broadcast on FOX.