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Blue Band Senior Day Proposal

To state the obvious, Saturday’s Wisconsin game was a special one for all Penn State students and alumni. It was even more special for a former Blue Band member and a current Blue Band senior.

During the game, a Blue Band alum proposed to his girlfriend during that last home game of her senior year. That’s right, he got down on one knee in the middle of Beaver Stadium and popped the question. The girl said yes, the Blue Band played a quick rendition of “Victory,” and Penn State went on to beat Wisconsin 24-21.

You could even say that that the pair is now “One Team” (Ba dum tssshhh).

This one is up there with the “Chris’ Penn State Proposal” video from last year.

Think your Penn State proposal idea can compete with this one? Leave it in the comment section below!

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Bailey Siegel

Bailey is a Public Relations major and Psychology and Sociology minor from right outside Washington D.C. with a passion for Penn State Football and good music.

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