Penn State quarterback Todd Blackledge guided Penn State to its first national championship in the 1983 Sugar Bowl, won the Davey O’Brien Award, and came sixth in the Heisman vote.

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Homefield announced the sale of its Penn State merchandise as part of its “Big New Saturday” drop on August 7.

Penn State’s gear is now the best-selling gear in site history, beating second-place Florida and third-place Georgia by three hours, Homefield announced Saturday via Twitter.

The Penn State merchandise collection includes a tank top, t-shirts, hoodies and crew neck sweatshirts. Football, wrestling, and ice hockey are represented among the school’s retro apparel.

Homefield announced Sunday that an Ohio State line would be released this Saturday, rounding out the list of Big Ten schools to have officially licensed merchandise on the site.

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Kyle J. Andrews graduated in 2018 from the University of Baltimore, home of the eternally undefeated bees. Prior to joining the Center Daily Times, he worked as a sports reporter for the Baltimore Sun Media Group, covering the Ravens and Orioles for 105.7 The Fan, Baltimore Beatdown and Fox Sports 1340 AM.


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