According to head coach James Franklin, Penn State's defensive ends are looking good during spring practice. The offensive line is much improved. The kicking game seems to be in good hands (or on a good foot), but the punting game is not where it needs to be.
Franklin tackled all of these subjects and more in a post-practice press conference in Holuba Hall Saturday, after his Nittany Lions wrapped up their 11th practice of the spring.
The Lions will practice three times during the upcoming week before holding their annual Blue-White Game at Beaver Stadium next Saturday.