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PSU Sights and Sounds: Linemen, RBs and Receivers Practice Ahead of Michigan

Nick Singleton goes through drills at practice.

There’s a battle at the Big House on the horizon and Penn State, fresh off a bye week is ready for the top-ten tilt.

It was a typical Wednesday for the Nittany Lions with James Franklin and company allowing the media to catch a glimpse of group and individual drills that featured the quarterbacks working with the skill position players and the offensive linemen working on techniques including pass protection.

At practice, KeAndre Lambert-Smith was on the field after missing time with an injury, his status remains undecided heading into Saturday’s game.

Here are the sights and sounds from Penn State’s Wednesday practice:

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