Penn State's 44-24 loss to Indiana on Saturday was arguably the worst loss of the Bill O'Brien era. As such, we're awarding just one helmet sticker this week, though the honoree is very much deserving:
Wide receiver Allen Robinson: The junior did everything he could to keep the Nittany Lions in the game. Robinson hauled in 12 catches for 173 yards -- both career highs -- and two touchdowns. The 12 catches were second most in school history. He nearly had a third touchdown catch but paid a price when he came down hard just out of the back of the end zone. But Robinson made it back into the game on the next offensive series. "You can't say enough about him," O'Brien said. "He plays hard, he plays hurt. On offense, he's our best player." Unfortunately, he didn't get much help on Saturday.