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Penn State opens camp citing ‘question marks’

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JAMES FRANKLIN -- BARRY REEGER / FOR DKPS

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Football season is basically underway, as players buzzed from drill to drill Saturday on Penn State's second day of training camp, the first open to the media.

And yet, there's a long way for the Nittany Lions to go.

"We got a lot of question marks this year," James Franklin told reporters on the program's designated media day at Beaver Stadium. "Probably more than we've had the last two years. And I think we have a very, very challenging schedule. But I'm excited."

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