Penn State wraps up spring ball with improved depth, versatility


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Kevin Givens' versatility will again be on display next season. - AUDREY SNYDER / DKPS

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- It was a fleeting moment during one of Penn State's 15 spring practices, but in that moment it was clear quarterback Trace McSorley wasn't wasting any time thinking about the past or the weapons this offense lost.

As the quarterback pulled aside tight end Danny Dalton in Holuba Hall and delivered and earful after a turnover and then finished with an encouraging tap on the helmet, is was just one of many examples of this season of change for Penn State.

While McSorley orchestrated the Blue team for most of the first half during Saturdays Blue-White game those who used to take handoffs from him, block for him and catch his passes during the Nittany Lions' back-to-back 11-win seasons were in street clothes and waving to the fans.

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