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Well, Thanksgiving is upon us, and Penn State Athletics have much to be thankful for.

Football: Big Ten Champions! Headed to the Rose Bowl to play against the champion of the Pac-10 (Hopefully not against Oregon St. Wouldn’t that be boring?)

Women’s Volleyball: Big Ten Champions! Undefeated. Have not dropped a set. Own the longest win streak in the history of NCAA Women’s Volleyball at 56 matches. The NCAA Tournament starts December 8th.

Men’s Basketball: 5-0. Off to a good start. Next game is Friday against Rhode Island in Philadelphia.

Women’s Basketball: 4-1. Next game is Friday in Malibu against Texas A&M.

So eat your turkey and watch some football because, as a Penn State student, you can drift off into your tryptophan-induced slumber in peace.

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Eli Glazier

Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.

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