Nittany Lions players, mascot participates in Penn State Children's Hospital virtual visit
Football’s great and we sure as heck hope to have it back this fall.
But, while the sport itself provides plenty of joy to fans around the country, the players away from the field can bring lots of happiness to fans, too.
For example, when a child meets a player they look up to on their favorite team, it can be a moment they remember for the rest of their lives. On Tuesday, Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford, tight end Pat Freiermuth and even the Nittany Lions’ mascot participated in a virtual visit to some of the kids at Penn State Children’s Hospital to bring smiles to their faces.
The entire virtual visit, which lasted just over an hour, can be seen below:
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Clifford, by the way, didn’t only bring smiles to kids’ faces on Tuesday — he also celebrated his 22nd birthday. It’ll be one that he — and the kids he interacted with — will certainly never forget.