Check out all the high's and low's from Penn State's annual Blue-White scrimmage, which was held on Saturday in Beaver Stadium.
GAME BALL (OFFENSE) - Bill Belton
With Silas Redd sitting out much of the game, Belton got a chance to show what he could do with somewhat of a full-time load. The sophomore carried seven times for 50 yards and scored a touchdown. He was light on his feet and made some terrific cuts on the day.
GAME BALL (DEFENSE) - C.J. Olaniyan
Running with the second team, the defensive end from Detroit was able to notch three sacks on the day. He unofficially finished the game with three tackles.
PLAY OF THE GAME
The offense capped the scoring with an 18-yard pass from Paul Jones to tight end Matt Lehman, who went up and got the ball for the score.
BEST RUN - Sophomore running back Bill Belton sprinted off the right side early in the second half for a 20-yard gain on a nice burst.
WORST DROP - Wide receiver Justin Brown tried to make a one-handed grab on a ball thrown a shade behind him in the third quarter, but couldn't haul it in.
BEST KICK - Anthony Fera doesn't look like he's missed a beat after a standout season in 2011, as he averaged 45.5 yards per punt and nailed a 35-yard field goal in the second quarter.
WORST KICK - Punter Alex Butterworth didn't get off his best effort on a second quarter shank that sailed out of bounds for a net of 11 yards.
BEST TACKLE - Defensive end Brad Bars was able to string out a running play in the fourth quarter for a 2-yard loss.
BEST HIT - Cornerback Jesse Della Valle separated Allen Robinson from the football with a big hit early in the third quarter.
BEST SACK - Defensive end C.J. Olaniyan had a big day off the edge, notching three sacks while working against Nate Cadogan. Had he not seen a red jersey and pulled up on Paul Jones on his second takedown, he could have given him quite a shot.
BEST PICK - Cornerback Jesse Della Valle was able to bait Matt McGoin into throwing an ill-timed pass to a a streaking Justin Brown down the left sideline in the second quarter.
BEST CALL - The best call was made by the estimated 60,000 people who came out to see the scrimmage despite a bad weather forecast. The rain held off until about 5:00, well after the game completed.
WORST CALL - Unless we missed it, there were zero tributes to the late Joe Paterno made by the Penn State administration. Obviously there are still lingering issues there, but it would have been nice to see at least a glimpse of the old man on the big screen.
HEADS UP AWARD - So what if Special Teams wasn't full speed, or even really half-speed for that matter? Don't tell that to walk-on cornerback Devin Pryor, who took a first quarter kickoff and went 100 yards untouched to the other end zone. Pryor received one of the louder rounds of applause on the day as he trotted across the goal line.
MOST TELLING STATISTIC - 5
Penn State's quarterbacks certainly have a lot to work on before the fall. Matt McGloin, Paul Jones and Rob Bolden combined to complete 19 of 42 passes for 296 yards, two touchdowns and five interceptions. Bolden alone had three picks.