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... as part of the Make-a-Wish program.
Easily one of the bigger player turnouts of this event in recent years, with several first-team guys as well as a number of walk-ons.
I'll post a few photos in this thread (will apologize for the quality in advance, but I'm dealing with an iPhone here) with videos to come later.
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Shot of players, kids and families in player lounge.
Evan Schwan takes on a smaller opponent in foosball.
Players give tour of the study hall area, where each player has his own assigned work space.
You captured a nice moment on that third pic there Jeff.
Jeff I thought as part of the sanctions we could never show our team in a good light? What gives?
PENN STATE FOREVER
Schwann and Richy need time w Fitz... No way Richy doesn't redshirt IMO
WE ARE! And we will always be...
Which was not easy, because the little dude kept moving!
With any luck, the Make-A-Wish day won't be officially vacated by the NCAA.
Bravo players, bravo!
Video is linked below. O'Brien goes out of his way to thank the players and says there are 70 of them in attendance. Incredible job by the players and those dancing in THON. Cheers
Penn State Football welcomed 28 THON families to the Lasch Football building for a tour and ice cream party as part of THON 2013.
Is it weird that I watched once normally, then rewound it and watched it to see how the players looked physically? lol FITZ!
4th picture is great!
Is that Ferguson wearing number 5?
Was that coach midget standing behind OB in the locker room?
Did anyone step on the "S" ?
I saw a few violators. But no pushups. Players admitted, with smiles on their faces, that they were lax on enforcement this year.
It was interesting the way the players would two-step to avoid the S, so the tradition is still clearly in place.
That was Zac Etheridge, the GA from Auburn.
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