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The Best Of Your Penn State License Plates: Part 2

It’s time for more license plates, folks!

Earlier this week, we shared some of the best Penn State-themed license plates submitted by our readers. We’re now back and ready to share more of the best plates Penn Staters are showing off all over the country.

Once again, we received far too many submissions to fit into just two posts, and we’ll have another post with the rest of the submissions later in the week. Feel free to send yours in if you haven’t already.

With that said, here are some more of the best Penn State license plates.

Thomas Mulraney Jr.

“WE ARE…PENN STATE. My father played for Joe [Paterno] in the first Liberty Bowl,” he said. “We have season tickets and drive six hours from Michigan for every home game. Our daughter is currently a junior at Penn State, and we have family living in State College.”

Daniel Hall

Daniel Hall graduated from Penn State in 1984 and has two neat Nittany Lion-themed license plates to show off.

“The story behind the PSU 4LFE is when I moved to Indiana, I wanted my co-workers to know I was not a Hoosier, but a Penn Stater for life!” he said. “The other license plate, ‘CUATPSU,’ is just as it reads, “See you at PSU.” I saw a fellow Penn Stater at Beaver Stadium with these letters on a Maryland license plate. I knew that once I got a second car, that was going to be my license plate.”

Erynne Allen

Erynne Allen is repping Happy Valley all the way down in Georgia, folks.

“My plate is ‘PENNSTU’ for Penn State University,” she said. “My dad was the mastermind behind my license plate. There is a pretty big alumni base in Georgia, and a lot of our ideas were taken, so we had to get creative!”

Ted McFadden

Ted McFadden is honoring “Linebacker U” with his license plate. Not a bad choice at all, Ted!

Dan Shore

“This license plate belonged to my parents (both Penn State alums) when they lived in New Jersey before I was born,” he said. “Though they moved to PA over 30 years ago, the plates live on. One currently hangs framed behind their basement bar, and this one hangs in my garage in New Jersey.”

Drew Wolos

Drew Wolos submitted a plate back in 2015, and he’s back to show off another Penn State license plate this time around.

“After graduating from Penn State in 2012 and moving to Iowa to work for John Deere, I knew I had to represent PSU as much as possible,” he said. “The classic ‘PSU’ typically sparks a conversation with people passing by and allows us to talk about the Big Ten. I’ve traded vehicles since the last submission in 2015 and updated to the new black-out plates, but the Penn State pride remains the same!”

Nick Walton

Nick Walton’s “WE-R-PN-S8” license plate was gifted to him by his parents. Walton, who’s from Georgia, is also repping THON on his car. FTK!

Editor’s note: Featured responses were lightly edited for grammar, spelling, and clarity.

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Gabe Angieri

Gabe is a junior majoring in journalism and is an associate editor for Onward State. He grew up in Lindenhurst, New York, and has had the absolute misfortune of rooting for the Jets, Mets, and Knicks. If you want to see his bad sports takes, follow him on Twitter @gabeangieri and direct all hate mail and death threats to [email protected]


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