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Alternate White Out Shirts Recalled

All of PSMA’s alternate white out shirts have been recalled due to licensing issues. What those issues are? I’m not quite sure yet. They didn’t use the actual Nittany Lion or a Penn State logo, so I’m waiting back to see what’s up.

OSU White Out Shirt

UPDATE: Cleveland.com’s Buckeye Blog had this to say, quoting Dan Sturman, president of PSMA:

“The feedback we received thought it was too over-the-top,” Sturman said. “It conveyed our message incorrectly. We wanted to stir up excitement about the Ohio State-Penn State rivalry. It was not meant to be an attack on Pryor. He’s an amazing athlete. It’s not an attack on him, and that’s not what Penn State is about.”

Also, the shirt has the Nike logo on it. Oops!

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