Allen Robinson will return to Happy Valley over Blue-White Weekend to meet and greet Penn State football fans. He’ll hold a free autograph signing from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13 at The Family Clothesline on College Ave.
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Robinson recorded 177 receptions for 2,479 yards and 17 touchdowns in 35 games over three years as a Nittany Lion. He made perhaps the most famous play of the sanctions era in the 2013 White Out game against then-No. 18 Michigan by hauling in a Christian Hackenberg bomb in the dying minutes of the fourth quarter. With Penn State trailing by a touchdown, Robinson leapt to haul in a 36-yard pass — now famously dubbed “The Catch” — that set up the game-tying touchdown.