Nittany Lions work though growing pains during 13th practice of spring


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Garrett Taylor (17) and the defense celebrate Nick Scott's interception. - AUDREY SNYDER / DKPS

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State's first-team offense worked through the two-minute drill Monday night in Holuba Hall, giving Trace McSorley and Miles Sanders work together while the Nittany Lions still had plenty of room to grow.

"I thought today was good, but the hard part for me is I want us to play really competitive and I want us to play with a lot of emotion and the hard part is to teach a team how do you take that to the edge without crossing the line," James Franklin said following the 13th practice of spring. "I thought today we got a lot of really good work in, got a lot of situations covered, but I thought there was a few times where we became undisciplined."

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