Penn State goes retro on football jerseys
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The Penn State football team's old-school jerseys will sport a retro look this fall, as the Nittany Lions will lose the colored trim on their necks and sleeves.
The new jerseys, announced on GoPSF.com Wednesday, will resemble Penn State's uniforms from the 1970s. Nike, which currently makes the jerseys, recently switched materials, making the trim unnecessary.
Penn State will wear its jerseys from last season in Saturday's Blue-White game.
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