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It’s a Mascotastrophe!!!

Joepa looks furious!
JoePa reacts to the incident.

James D. Sheep (’09), Nittany Lion extraordinaire, has been charged with Driving Under the Influence. The very unmascotlike charges are the result of an incident on Curtin Rd. last Saturday. Sheep’s future as the Nittany Lion is currently up in the air. The Collegian, who initially printed the article, were unable to contact the head cheerleading coach, the one responsible for deciding Sheep’s status. Also, Judicial Affairs has yet to weigh in on Sheep’s punishment. Unfortunately, with the Rose Bowl looming, Sheep might not be punching a ticket to Pasadena. More on this story as the details become clear.

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Eli Glazier

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

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