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Penn State Sights and Sounds: Offense Puts in Work Ahead of Iowa

UNIVERSITY PARK— Penn State’s offense struggled against Illinois.

Although PSU scored 30 points, much of that was due to the defense forcing five turnovers, which led to 20 of them.

Penn State’s offense will look to make more of a statement this week against Iowa, and three days before that game, NSN’s Ethan Ronan was there to film the media’s weekly Wednesday viewing window.

Trey Wallace was seen practicing, which is a good sign that Penn State could have its No. 2 receiver back for Saturday.

Here are some sights, and some sounds, from Wednesday’s practice.

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