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As always, the Blue-White Game gave us plenty to discuss as we look forward to the 2018 season.

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Michal Menet gives his take on the offensive line as the unit looks to turn a corner in 2018.

Could a familiar face help Penn State’s tight end situation?

Is Kevin Givens ready to blossom into the next Anthony Zettel as he prepares to step into a full-time starting role at defensive tackle?

True freshman Micah Parsons was among the Nittany Lions to make an impression on Saturday.

Brent Pry discussed Lamont Wade’s move to safety.

Mac Hippenhammer has the best name of the team. It looks like he can play some ball as well.

We didn’t need the Blue-White Game to tell us that Trace McSorley is ready to be the showcase of the the Nittany Lions offense.

Taking a look at what went well on Saturday, and what the team needs to figure out before the Nittany Lions take the field in September.

James Franklin enjoyed the most lighthearted press conference of the year.

Now that the Blue-White Game is behind us, here are 10 things to examine heading into the summer.

Finally, let’s end this with the best play of the Blue-White Game: