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Breakdown with Jay Paterno and the QBs

Penn State Football has embraced social media this year, mainly through their Facebook page and Twitter accounts. (We weren’t really impressed by the new social elements at, but at least the site is more aesthetically pleasing.)

Here’s a great example of how they’ve added value through their social media presence.

The Penn State Football Facebook page released a video that gives us a behind the scenes look at Jay Paterno’s quarterback review of last Saturday’s scrimmage. It gives you a good idea of what it’s like to be in QB 001.


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