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Penn State Auctioning Off Jerseys From Blue-White Game

Did you like the jerseys that Penn State wore during last Saturday’s Blue-White game? Would you like to own one of them yourself? Well, you’re in luck!

Penn State is auctioning off last weekend’s game-worn Nike jerseys, with all proceeds going to Uplifting Athletes. There are jerseys in blue, white, and gray, and all jerseys have the Uplifting Athletes patch on them.

There are 20 jerseys for sale, and while there are no names on the back (and Penn State can’t market them with names) you can get the jerseys of the following players:

Along with the jerseys, winning the auction will get you a souvenir 2014 Blue-White Game poster, signed by select members of the team. As of the time I’m writing this, the most popular jersey is — shocker — Christian Hackenberg’s, which has a high bid of $605 and 55 total bids.

If you’re interested in owning one of these jerseys and supporting Uplifting Athletes, the auction officially ends at noon on April 23.

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