The Road to No. 1

How an ordinary hand sign became something of a trademark for the Penn State football program.

CHICAGO — It is called "throwing up the ones," and if you're a Penn State football fan you've seen new head coach James Franklin do it often.

And his assistant coaches. And his players. And recruits. And fans. At Big Ten Media Days here Tuesday, former Nittany Lion Anthony "Spice" Adams even got in on the action.

So what's the story behind "the ones?" Check it out in our video above.

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