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Nothing takes you inside Penn State's Class of 2008 like the FOS Recruiting Yearbook. If you haven't secured your issue yet, hurry because the deadline for this keepsake is approaching fast.

Recruiting Yearbook Deadline: Midnight February 24

No other publication takes you inside the Penn State football Class of 2008 like the Fight On State Recruiting Yearboook. Your guide covers a wide array of topics on the Class of 2008 and more, including:

  • Relatively Speaking: Legacy recruits give class a boost.
  • House of the Rising Son: Zordich follows parents and heart to PSU.
  • Rich Tradition: Rich Mauti uses Paterno lessons to raise sons.
  • Like Father Like Son: Multi-generation players a hallmark of PSU program.
  • Chips off the Old Blockers: Every father-son tandem to play at PSU.
  • My Name is Earl: The Hewitts were first father-son PSU tandem.
  • Photo of the Month: Center spread class roster.
  • Blazing a Trail: Determined family made Wedderburn's PSU road smoother.
  • Twists & Turns: PSU's small class came together with drama.
  • Class of 2008 Bios: Get to know the newest Nittany Lions.
  • Preferential Treatment: PSU bolsters class with walk-ons.
  • Full Speed Ahead: PSU should have 25+ ships for 2009 class.

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