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[Photo Story] Penn State Football’s 2022 Photo Day

Penn State football was back in Beaver Stadium Saturday to “say cheese” at the team’s annual photo day.

The entire team gathered with coaches and assistants in the bleachers of the north end zone to take the big team photo. The squad had to fight through pretty blinding morning sunlight, but alas, the photo was taken.

Players also strutted out to the field for some individual shots.

Players also broke down into more specific position groups to pose for pictures with their coaches and teammates. The newly minted captains got together for a shot, too.

And what’s a back-to-school photoshoot without a little bit of family love, too? Plenty of parents were in Happy Valley for move-in weekend, and there was no exception with Penn State football.

To cap the day off, the team moved on to a Saturday practice session over near the Lasch Building.

Less than two weeks until Penn State football, folks!

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Ryan is a redshirt senior majoring in business and journalism from "Philadelphia" and mostly writes about football nowadays. You can follow him on Twitter @rjparsons9 or say hi via email at [email protected]

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