Penn State Football: 3 Things We Learned From the Blue-White Game

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Matthew O'Haren- USA TODAY Sports

Matthew O’Haren- USA TODAY Sports

The Penn State Nittany Lions wrapped up spring practice on Saturday with the annual Blue-White Game.  Unlike the previous two years under former head coach Bill O’Brien, the game was run as a traditional scrimmage. The Blue was essentially the starting unit, while the White was made of reserves. The Blue pitched a shutout, winning 37-0.

There were several things that could be taken away from the game. VBR will continue to review the happenings this week. Today, we are going to highlight three things we learned from the Blue-White Game.

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