Penn State Football: Bill O'Brien's 5 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

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Penn State Football: Bill O'Brien's 5 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice
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With the Blue-White game in the books, the Penn State Nittany Lions have officially closed spring practice. While a lot of things can change between now and the start of the season, spring practice is a good chance for the coaches to get an early look at what they've got.

After this spring, there are a few things that head coach Bill O'Brien should be concerned with.

Lack of depth is going to be an issue moving forward at Penn State. Scholarship reductions, stemming from the NCAA sanctions, will limit the number of solid players that O'Brien will have to use.

This spring was a time for new players to step up and show that they're ready to contribute in 2013.

While there was a lot of good that can be taken away from Penn State's early practice, these slides look at five things that should concern O'Brien heading into the summer.

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