It was a day where youth has been served for
The Nittany Lions have the second youngest roster in the entire nation.
But against UCF, some of those fresh faces came through in a big way.
“I think the guys really stepped up and understood what they had to do. And they made plays,” quarterback Christian Hackenberg.
Wide outs Geno Lewis and DaeSean Hamilton did things in a big way.
Lewis, a redshirt sophomore, led the team with 173 yards and a touchdown.
His eight catches were almost half of what he grabbed in all of 2013.
Redshirt freshman Hamilton had a game high eleven hauls for 165 yards.
It's the first time in
“ I didn't come here expecting to catch eleven balls. But I'm glad I made all the catches I possibly could and I'm just ready for more,”
“ We just all want to complement each other. We just go out there and do everything we can to help our team be positive and successful,” Lewis added.
As for that inexperienced offensive line- the unit struggled to get the ground game going.
Pass protection was better-The big fellas only gave up two sacks.
The mindset moving forward is clear: “Proving to people that we're a Big Ten offensive line. We're
The Nittany Lions took a direct flight back to
They landed in
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