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Football Fans Rally at Penn State

A pep rally at Penn State opens an historic football weekend

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    John Clark, NBC10 Philadelphia
    Head coach Bill O'Brien speaks to Penn State football fans at Beaver Stadium on the eve of the season opener.

    Fans fill up Beaver Stadium on Friday night to get ready for another football season.

    After an offseason of turmoil at Penn State, a pep rally is underway to cheer on the Nittany Lions football team and new coach Bill O'Brien.

    The traditional cheer of ``We Are ... Penn State'' roared through the student section. Ohio visits Beaver Stadium on Saturday for the historic season opener.

    Scandal embroiled the team all offseason. The NCAA levied strict sanctions on Penn State including a four-year bowl ban for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

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    Penn State students camped outside Beaver Stadium on Friday to get tickets to Saturday's home-opener. Students and alumni told NBC10's Katy Zachry that it has been a long ten months, but they will continue to support their school

    O'Brien is focused on moving the program forward. New signs at Beaver Stadium include the slogan ``One Team'', a motto for the entire athletic department, not just the football team.

    NBC10's John Clark is there, follow him on Twitter @johnclarknbc10.