Posted June 14, 2012 on pennstate.scout.com
While the attention of many Penn State fans is focused on events unfolding in Bellefonte this month, three new Nittany Lions are among an elite group of players from Pennsylvania and Ohio who are gearing up for the 55th edition of the Big 33 Classic.
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