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#FTK Another year, another eye-popping effort from Penn State students. THON managed to once-again raise more than $10 million for pediatric cancer research...Looking for the most delicious way to support THON moving forward? The Creamery has introduced its latest flavor, THON Golden Ripple, a tasty blend of chocolate ice cream, golden caramel swirl and white chips. Go out and grab some soon before the line starts to form for the Blue-White Game...Have a tissue handy? Good, now check out this profile of one of the Four Diamond co-founders and how he helped create the nation’s largest student-run philanthropic effort...also, $!@& Mark Emmert.

Say Hello to Saquon Penn State’s otherworldly-talented running back/all-purpose yardage machine/lifter of heavy objects is about to make one NFL fanbase incredibly happy...Barkley’s first Nike ad was recently released, and should be one of many as he seeks NFL stardom in the years to come.

In Trace We Trust Will Trace McSorley struggle with the absence of Joe Moorhead, who left Penn State to become the head coach at Mississippi State? Nah. Mike Poorman takes a close look at McSorley’s relationship with new offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne, and expects the senior quarterback to do just fine.

It’s Pronounced Chow-Duh Are you a Penn State student who loves chowder, but hate the steep prices for your favorite creamy soup? Well boy do I have some great news for you!

New Faces, New Places Allen Robinson could be on the move if the Jaguars do not slap the franchise tag on the stupendously talented receiver. Either way, he’s about to get paid. Former Penn State secondary coach Brian Norwood, who also fathered one of the most productive receivers in Penn State history, has accepted the co-defensive coordinator position at Kansas State.

Tommy Can You Hear Me? Victory Bell Rings makes the case for Tommy Stevens to get more touches as the “Lion” next season...provided, he’s still in State College.