Rubin Injures Ankle, Out Indefinitely

Rubin Injures Ankle, Out Indefinitely

FightOnState.com has learned that Penn State sophomore receiver Mark Rubin has sustained an ankle injury that will sideline him indefinitely. The injury happened at practice last week.

Multiple team sources have confirmed the injury. One source said the problem is a torn ligament or ligaments. We have been told it will knock Rubin out of action for at least one month.

Stayed tuned to FightOnState.com, and we will deliver more details on Rubin’s injury as we confirm them.

Rubin, a 6-foot-3, 213-pounder from Amherst, N.Y., is Penn State’s leading returning pass-catcher among the full-time wideouts. As a freshman, he hauled in 16 balls for 187 yards after coming out of a redshirt at the start of the Big Ten season.

Since Rubin played as a true freshman, he has a redshirt available.

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