Penn State wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton misses a catch but Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers gets a pass interference penalty during the Saturday, November 21, 2015 football game at Beaver Stadium. Michigan won, 28-16. Abby Drey CDT photo
Penn State wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton misses a catch but Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers gets a pass interference penalty during the Saturday, November 21, 2015 football game at Beaver Stadium. Michigan won, 28-16. Abby Drey CDT photo

Nittany Lines

The quirks, analysis and extras from the notebook of Penn State football beat writer Jourdan Rodrigue

Nittany Lines

Penn State could see return of nation’s top corner at Michigan

By Jourdan Rodrigue

jrodrigue@centredaily.com

September 20, 2016 11:02 AM

So, what’s it like covering Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh?

Will the nation’s top cornerback, Jourdan Lewis, return from injury to square off against Penn State’s Chris Godwin this week? And what exactly is the level of talent opponents can expect from the versatile Jabrill Peppers?

The Detroit News’ Michigan beat writer, Angelique Chengelis, previews the Wolverines’ upcoming matchup against the Nittany Lions in Ann Arbor on this week’s “Three and Out” podcast:

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Jourdan Rodrigue: 814-231-4629, @JourdanRodrigue