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2011 Penn State Football Poster Now Available

The 2011 Penn State football poster is now available in downtown State College. This year’s poster features a very simple, classic design to commemorate the 125th season of Penn State football.  The poster is free of charge, as always, so pick one up for your dorm room or apartment!

That goofy looking guy with the “S” sweater and ridiculous pants is W.T. “Mother” Dunn, Penn State football’s first All-American. He was a team captain and Walter Camp All-American (named by Camp himself) for the 1906 Nittany Lions, who finished the season 8-1-1. You can read more about him here.

UPDATE: Reader @mfeinland points out that the Purdue and Iowa logos are switched on the schedule part of the poster. Oops!

UPDATE: For those not in Happy Valley, we’re looking into places downtown that may be able to ship posters to you at home. Stay tuned!

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