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Penn State Football Buttons

Each week we all put on the blue and white apparel, perhaps sport some matching face paint, a2009banksetnd grab our pompoms as we run out the doors to the next game. Well, my friends, there’s a new accessory in town (it’s actually not new, they’ve been around since ’72, and you’ve likely worn one before), and its name is the button (and by button we mean pin)!

These little collectibles have cool, silly little sayings for each opponent. The pin for this next doosy of a game against Ohio State reads “Nuttin’ to worry about,” mocking their mascot choice of a tree. Not very intimidating.

All of this season’s buttons can be purchased for a measly $10 at the Citizen Bank on 341 N Science Park Road in State College. It’s a quality investment, so get out there and get ‘em.


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Caitlin Silver

Caitlin is from a small Pennsylvania town called Unionville, which is by West Chester, which is by Philadelphia. She is a sophomore in the Smeal College of Business and will probably major in accounting. Caitlin loves "How I Met Your Mother" and dougnuts.


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