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Penn State Football Honors Seniors at 2014 Banquet

Penn State football will bid goodbye to 17 seniors when it takes on Boston College in the Pinstripe Bowl on December 27. This senior class, like the two that came before it, has been through hell and back.

It received a fitting honor yesterday night at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel during the 2014 Senior Banquet. Among the award-winners were Ryan Keiser, Anthony Zettel, and Sam Ficken.

Here is the night in tweets:

Senior Banquette with the roommates. It’s been one hell of a 4 and a half year ride

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A photo posted by Devin Pryor (@dpry16) on

They could have left for greener pastures but decided to see the program through its darkest hour.

Thank you, seniors!

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Zack Rickens

is a senior broadcast journalism student minoring in procrastination. He hails from the booming metropolis of Harrisburg and can usually be found eating Suzie Wong egg rolls. He enjoys long walks to the Phyrst and is probably ranting about sports on Twitter (@slickrick717). He can be reached at [email protected].

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