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What is the interwebz saying about the 2015 Blue-White Game? Let's find out!

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Well, another year of spring practice is in the books. Now, there's nothing left but endless debate and discussion until the team takes the field again on September 5 to face off against the Temple Owls. Let's see what's on everyone's minds following the 2015 Blue-White Game:

Bob Flounders came away impressed with two of Penn State's young defensive ends who are fighting to take on a larger role in 2015. His feelings weren't quite the same regarding the offensive line. His counterpart Greg Pickel came away impressed with these eight young Nittany Lions.

Our old friend Ben Jones handed out grades for each unit. He really didn't see much of a difference between yesterday's game and every Blue White Game.'s Zach Berger gives his account of a typical Penn State Football Saturday that included many from the community coming together to support Tim Shaw as he battles ALS.

Onward State is not worried about the offensive line or quarterbacks.

Redshirt sophomore defensive end Evan Schwan received high praise from Victory Bell Rings. VBR also liked what they saw from Paris Palmer, Von Walker and Nick Scott.

Josh Moyer liked what he saw from Akeel Lynch, Joe Julius and joined the sentiment that Penn State will be just fine at defensive end after losing both starters from 2014.

Former Nittany Lions great and current Cincinnati Bengal, and all around tremendous person Devon Still was warmly greeted during his return to Happy Valley.

James Franklin shares his insights on yesterday's performance, while several of Penn State's players stood in front of the camera to chat about the Blue-White Game.