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Watch: PSU Players Speak After Blue-White Game

Photo by Eddie Provident, Nittany Sports Now: Drew Allar

State College, P.A.— Another spring game has come and gone, and Penn State’s players were happy with how this year’s game went.

For quarterback Drew Allar, it marked the end of his first spring as Penn State’s projected starting quarterback.

Allar, a former five-star recruit from Medina, Ohio, knows how good he can be, but knows how much he, and other QB’s Beau Pribula, must put in to make that happen.

“We can take the passing game as far as we want to,” Allar told reporters after the scrimmage. “But it’s going to take a lot of work.

Hear more from Allar, as well as Nick Singleton, Kaytron Allen, Chop Robinson, Kaden Saunders, Omari Evans and KeAndre Lambert-Smith here.


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