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OSU White Out Shirt: “The Nutcracker: A Terrelle Cryer Story”

OSU White Out Shirt

I know, I know. White Out shirt MANIA is occurring right now. It all seems so ridiculous, but I promise you this Ohio State White Out shirt is totally worth it.

The Penn State Marketing Association (PSMA) puts together regular contests to design alternate White Out shirts for our bigger games (ex: Iowa shirt read, “Lighting doesn’t strike twice.” Apparently it does, but that’s beside the point). The design for the Ohio State game is brilliant. It has the Nittany Lion presenting a box of tissues to a crying Terrelle Pryor. How can a Penn State fan NOT enjoy this shirt?

Members of PSMA will be selling them from now until the game (which will take place next Saturday). As of now, there is no definite place the shirts will be sold, so your best bet is to track down a PSMA member. They are $10 and, in my opinion, well worth it.

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Melanie Versaw

Melanie is a senior majoring in both Marketing and Advertising. She enjoys blowing bubbles, beating boys in Mario Kart, and going to concerts. Oh, and she takes photographs, as well.

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