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Obrien's Lions - Penn State vs Navy, 2012

This 1st quarter score at 6:40 on the clock for Penn State was a pass from quarterback Matt McGloin to Allen Robinson. Robinson has just entered the endzone. Robinson torched the MIDDIES for five receptions (three of which were touchdowns) and 136 yards.  Click on images to see larger version.

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Military Appreciation Day vs Navy, Sept 2012

On Military Appreciation Day, the NITTANY LIONS took on the NAVY MIDSHIPMEN in front of an announced crowd of over 98,000 fans. B J Myers, a Penn State fullback and active Navy person was chosen to carry the American Flag followed by his Lion teammates. P. J. has an extensive background in Navy sponsored deep ocean diving, demolition training and Military sponsored football. B. J. is 25 years old and made the Nittany Lion squad in 2010 as a walk on player. This entrance "set the tone" for the convincing win over the Midshipmen. There was a tremendous atmosphere in the stadium and to top it off, it was an absolutely gorgeous day. You can see the American Flag held by B J as the team runs out. As an added treat, the Penn State Marching Blue Band presented displays from all the major armed services with the corresponding songs that many in the stands sang along with the band's music. Game highlights included five receptions to receiver Allen Robinson for 136 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Matt McGloin threw for 231 yards and four touchdowns. The defense was tough on the Middies, highlighted by a fumble recovery by Penn State's Mike Hull for a 74 yard touchdown. If you stayed until the end of the game, you saw the Lions go to the Navy endzone and sing the Navy Alma Mater and the Navy team go to the Lions endzone and sing the Penn State Alma Mater with the Penn State Team. Coach O'Brien wants to keep this tradition going.   Click on images to see larger version.

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Fifty Yard Line, vs Navy, Sept 2012

This view during the first quarter of the Navy game illustrates vividly a beautiful Beaver Stadium day. Image created during the first quarter. Even after two heartbreaking loses, the Lion fans were incredibly enthusiastic and supportive of these fighting Lions.   Click on images to see larger version.

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