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Nittany Lions got more than they gave while playing host to THON cancer survivors at Lasch Building. Check out our free video to see what the event was all about. We also have a photo gallery. Sean Lee, Evan Royster Stephfon Green, Jerome Hayes, Stefen Wisniewski and more chime in.

At Lasch Building Saturday, nearly 30 Nittany Lion football players gathered to lend support to the Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon going on at the nearby Bryce Jordan Center.

The Dance Marathon, or THON as it is more commonly called in these parts, raises money to help children and their families fight pediatric cancer.

Each year, kids who have been or are being helped by THON attend the event to lend inspiration to the dancers who participate. And the Lasch get-together, now in its fourth year, is a chance for those kids and their families to take a break from the proceedings at the BJC while getting a true inside look at the storied Nittany Lion football program.


This year more than a dozen kids and their families took the tour. From the locker room (and the legendary "S") to the weight room to Joe Paterno's office and more, they basically had the run of the place.

Check out our exclusive video interviews with Penn State players to see just how important the day was to everyone. We also throw in the photo gallery above.

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