Last Chance for FOS '07 Recruiting Yearbook

PSU's Class of 2007 is now officially signed and sealed for the Nittany Lions. And if you are a fan, it is time to REALLY get to know all of the new faces who will be taking the field at Beaver Stadium next fall. There is no better way to do that than with Fight On State's Penn State Football Recruiting Yearbook. But you must order by midnight Wednesday to receive this special issue.

The special collectable edition comes as part of the annual Total Access Pass and magazine-only subscriptions to FightOnState.com. So if you are already on board with one of those great deals, you will automatically receive the Yearbook.

Not on an annual TAP plan yet? Then now is most definitely the time to make the move. Start a new account or upgrade from a monthly plan before midnight Wednesday and you guarantee yourself a copy the Penn State Football Recruiting Yearbook.

The Yearbook will contain bios of every member of Penn State's Class of 2007, but that is just the start. We will also have myriad of feature stories, including an extended piece on the concept of “legacy recruiting” at PSU. This is part of what you will find in the magazine:

• Recruit Bios
By Scott Cole
Get to know each and every member of Penn State's Class of 2007

• Photo of the Month
Special pullout includes a recruiting roster and Joe Paterno photo

• The Son Also Rises
By Matt Herb
Family ties continue to play a key role in PSU's recruiting (That's Nathan Stupar on the cover)

• A Tradition Continues
By Lou Prato
The first family of Penn State football is still going strong

• Prep Work
By Mark Brennan
Learn about the interesting history of Milford Academy in New York

• Lesson Learned
By Mark Brennan
Juco transfer Nerraw McCormack turns things around academically

• Seeing Into the Future
By Cory James
An early look at some of the top targets for PSU's Class of 2008

This is our single most popular issue every year for a reason. Be sure to get in on the act.

There are other benefits to the annual Total Access Pass.

First, you save money over our monthly rate, paying only $99.95 for the entire year.

Second, you receive a full year (10 issues) of the acclaimed FOS The Magazine as well as Scout.com's fall and spring recruiting guides. These are all glossy, color publications.

Finally, act now and we will also thrown in a full year of Sports Illustrated (56 issues) as part of the annual Total Access Pass. That is a $39.95 value.

If you would like to make sure you get a copy of the Penn State Football Recruiting Yearbook, you can start a new annual Total Access Pass or upgrade from a monthly account here: Order Securely Online.

Or call our customer service center at 888-501-5752.

But remember, you must do so before Wednesday at midnight to receive the Yearbook.

Now that Signing Day is behind behind us, we will be shifting out focus to junior recruiting then spring football then the NFL Draft then summer All-Star games then Lift For Life and then — before you know it — preseason practice. Sign up for an annual plan to enjoy all of the Penn State football action.


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