Citizens Bank Football Button Program
2015 CITIZENS BANK BUTTON PROGRAM
Continuing a 43-year tradition, Citizens Bank will create and distribute buttons featuring 12 slogans during the 2015 Nittany Lions football season. This year the buttons will feature 12 ‘best of’ slogans from the past 43 years of the contest. There is no button slogan contest for 2015.
To create a benefit for the entire community, this year’s buttons can be acquired by making a donation each week of a non-perishable food item that will go to the food bank at most Citizen Bank locations. Individuals acquiring buttons will be providing a direct benefit to the Food Bank and giving valuable assistance to those in need. Buttons are available on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.
Fans can also purchase a complete set of 12 buttons for $20.
Checks must be made payable to THE FOOD BANK OF THE STATE COLLEGE AREA, INC., and mailed to:
Citizens Bank Button Program
341 Science Park Road
State College, PA 16803
Please write “PENN STATE BUTTONS” in the memo portion of your check, and include a note with details on the ADDRESS to which your purchased button set(s) should be shipped.
Penn State – Buffalo Game Notes
Sept. 7, 2015
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – After opening the 2015 season on the road, Penn State will play its next five games in the friendly confines of Beaver Stadium, starting with Buffalo Saturday in a game that will air on ESPN2.
Despite the relatively close proximity, this is just the third meeting between the two programs. Penn State traveled to Buffalo for the first meeting in 1900, but the two teams did not meet again until 2007. That meeting took place in Happy Valley, with a career day by Rodney Kinlaw leading the 12th-ranked Nittany Lions to a 45-24 victory. Read More at GoPSUSports.com
Penn State Football: 3 Walk-0ns Who Will Become Household Names
We all saw how the Penn State football team was led in part by quarterback Matt McGloin.
What made McGloin’s rise to a starting quarterback and leader of the offense so special was where the quarterback began his college career. He started from the bottom and worked his way from walk-on playing on the practice squad to starter.
With the scholarship restrictions placed on head coach Bill O’Brien’s team, he will need to rely heavily on what he calls “run-ons.”
This season will be the beginning of Penn State’s adventure that will rely on these walk-on players.
So let’s check out which freshman walk-ons will become household names.
Report: Penn State to open 2014 football season in Ireland
By Joe Juliano — The Philadelphia Inquirer
Since Penn State received a four-year postseason ban, one of a series of sanctions handed down last year by the NCAA, the Nittany Lions have sought to find a game during the regular season that would simulate a bowl atmosphere.
That game might be coming next season. A published report said Tuesday that a deal has been finalized that will allow Penn State to open its 2014 football season in Ireland against Central Florida.
State College Quarterback Club Renewals Underway; Memberships Available for Weekly Luncheons
Nittany Lion Football Supporters To Meet Weekly Starting August 29 in Beaver Stadium
Head coach Bill O’Brien will speak at the State College Quarterback Club luncheons
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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The State College Quarterback Club is accepting renewals and new members for the 2012 season.
The Quarterback Club hosts a weekly luncheon during the Penn State Football season at The Mount Nittany Club in Beaver Stadium. Head Coach Bill O’Brien and the Nittany Lion coaching staff and squad members will be among the guests, according to Club president Pete Rohrer. Continue reading