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KJ Hamler Bobblehead Now Available For Purchase

FOCO, a leading manufacturer in officially licensed sports gear, has opened pre-orders for a sleek new KJ Hamler bobblehead.

However, the eight-inch Hamler figurine isn’t wearing his new orange and navy Denver Bronco threads. Instead, he’s suited up in Penn State’s classic black shoes and basic blues.

“Every star who plays On Sunday got his start as a stud on Saturdays,” the order form says.

The figurine is complete with Hamler’s name front and center with a mini landscape of Beaver Stadium’s iconic gates so fans never forget his Happy Valley roots.

Each figure will cost $40 and be individually numbered out of 2,020. The item can be pre-ordered and is expected to ship no later than December 21, 2020, just in time for Christmas.

Last month, FOCO launched a Nittany Lion bobblehead as part of an NCAA Football National Champions series celebrating the Penn State football’s two national championship wins in 1982 and 1986. Other Nittany Lions stars, including Saquon Barkley, have previously received their own bobbleheads.

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Katie Braun

Katie is a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism from "just outside of Philly" like every other Penn Stater. Her only trait is being a huge fan of both the Sixers and Eagles. Unfortunately, lots of frustration comes along with that. Share your tears with her on Twitter @katiebraunn or Instagram @katiebraunn

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