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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The relationship between the quarterbacks and wide receivers is unique on the football field. Both units need to be in lockstep every time the ball is snapped to ensure the highest level of execution.
Building a rapport between the two groups goes far beyond the 12 Saturdays in the fall. For Nittany Lion quarterback Christian Hackenberg, his work with the 2014 receivers began immediately after the final game of last season. Timing is essential for a passing game to find success. GoPSUsports.com's Inside Training Camp series continues today with a closer look at the relationship between Penn State's quarterbacks and receivers.
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