Penn State Football 2013 Spring Game: Live Analysis, Notes and Recap

Colin Tansits@@colin_tansitsContributor IApril 20, 2013

Apr 20, 2013; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions quarterback Steven Bench (12) gestures before a snap in the first quarter of the Blue White spring game at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew O'Haren-USA TODAY Sports
Matthew O'Haren-USA TODAY Sports

Well that's all for the 2013 Blue and White game at Penn State.

The defense dominated early, and was in the face of all the quarterbacks that coach Bill O'Brien used in the game.

Many young players got their chance to shine, and didn't waste it; Nyeem Wartman and Trevor Williams both had great games.

It was a fast paced game full of scoring and substitutions.

We saw four different quarterbacks all get seemingly equal time, and some new faces at running back with Deron Thompson and Dominic Salomone.

Although the quarterback competition wasn't made any clearer today, we still got a good insight into how the team is doing so far.

The defense ended up winning the game and stopped both first and second team offense, except for some big plays early.

That wraps it up in Happy Valley.

Final: Blue 67, White 47

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