Penn State's Angelo Mangiro, left, and Brendan Mahon protect quarterback Christian Hackenberg against Akron on Sept. 6 at Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lion offensive line is hoping for continued improvement on Saturday against Northwestern, as Penn State is coming off a 288-yard, five-touchdown performance against UMass.
Penn State's Angelo Mangiro, left, and Brendan Mahon protect quarterback Christian Hackenberg against Akron on Sept. 6 at Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lion offensive line is hoping for continued improvement on Saturday against Northwestern, as Penn State is coming off a 288-yard, five-touchdown performance against UMass. CDT file photo
Penn State's Angelo Mangiro, left, and Brendan Mahon protect quarterback Christian Hackenberg against Akron on Sept. 6 at Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lion offensive line is hoping for continued improvement on Saturday against Northwestern, as Penn State is coming off a 288-yard, five-touchdown performance against UMass. CDT file photo

Penn State football: Offensive linemen encouraged by performance, looking to continue progress against Northwestern

September 24, 2014 8:36 AM

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