If you think you have what it takes to be the face of Penn State, do one-armed pushups in front of #107kstrong crowds, crowdsurf, and take an infinite amount of selfies every day, you could be the next Symbol of Our Best.
Instead of spending lavishly like many star athletes, Nassib lives a disciplined, frugal lifestyle, living on a tight budget where he prioritizes rent, food, and bills.
The Golden Gophers' matchup this Saturday against the Nittany Lions will be their first of the season against a ranked opponent.
Both of Penn State's national championship victories cracked the list's top 10, and the team's 52-49 Rose Bowl loss to USC in 2017 was ranked as the 24th-best game in college football history.
While James Franklin's program gets some much-needed rest ahead of its matchup against the No. 13 Golden Gophers, other college teams will be in action this Saturday.
Both schools will compete to see which can donate the most $5 gifts to its respective campus food pantries to tackle student food insecurity, which affects over one third of all college students in the country. The competition will begin at midnight on Sunday, November 17 and run until 11:59 p.m. Saturday, November 23.
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