Penn State lost three of its last four games and hopes to put together a more complete effort Wednesday when Wagner visits State College, Pa.
The Nittany Lions (4-4, 0-1 Big Ten) have played a respectable schedule over their last four outings -- facing LSU, Oregon State, Miami and Ohio State -- but they only were able to defeat the Beavers. However, they lost by just five to the Tigers and Hurricanes and trailed by six with under a minute left against a Buckeyes team that recently knocked off No. 1 Duke.
Penn State coach Micah Shrewsberry knows that his team has more room to grow, particularly in the consistency department.