PARK, Pa. - Midway through the third week of spring ball, Penn State is headed directly
toward its final stretch of spring practices gearing up for Blue-White weekend.
As the Nittany Lions quickly approach the end of the spring season, continue
catching up with the staff for a closer look at a few top performers.
In the fifth release, Penn State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Joe Moorhead checks in for a quick look at the Nittany Lion offense. In a second season of the newly installed offensive system, Moorhead noted that although Penn State has gained confidence from last year's success, there's still work to be done.
"I think a big focus of the spring is improving our fundamentals and technique gaining a greater knowledge of our scheme and executing," Moorhead said.
Following a 2016 season that brought one of the most exciting offenses for the Nittany Lions, Moorhead selected a few standout performers, naming quarterback Tommy Stevens, running back Johnathan Thomas, tight end Jonathan Holland, offensive lineman Michal Menet and receivers Juwan Johnson and Brandon Polk, just to name a few.
Penn State's annual Blue-White Game is set for Saturday, April 22 at 3 p.m. in Beaver Stadium.
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