By Travis Johnson
UNIVERSITY PARK — Christian Hackenberg wasn’t supposed to play this much.
But he was ready in case he had to. And he did.
Hackenberg played seven of eight series and completed 17 of 29 passes for 180 yards with a touchdown and interception in Saturday’s Blue-White game at Beaver Stadium. His extra time on the field — the starting quarterback only played a few series last season — came because backup Trace McSorley was unable to play.Read more: Penn State football notes: Backup quarterback McSorley, others not available for Blue-White...