Penn State could be without one of its best offensive lineman for the remainder of Saturday’s game against Iowa.
Right tackle Brendan Mahon left on a cart during the first drive, according to Tim Gross of LancasterOnline.com. Chasz Wright took his place.
Penn State's Brendan Mahon just left on the PSU sidelines on the cart.
— Tim Gross (@TimGrossLNP) November 5, 2016
Chaz Wright still at right tackle in place of Brendan Mahon, who started the game but left during the first series.
— Joe Juliano (@JoeJulesinq) November 6, 2016
Mahon arrived at Penn State in the class of 2013 as a 4-star recruit and took a while to get going, but has since developed into a major piece of the Nittany Lions front. He started 11 of 13 games last season and this year, graded out as the nation’s top offensive lineman in the week Penn State played Minnesota. He was also one of the top performers in Penn State’s win over Ohio State.