Penn State QB Sean Clifford urging fans to wear masks
Penn State junior quarterback Sean Clifford is the latest to release a public service announcement in regards to wearing a mask in public. The Nittany Lions gunslinger tweeted out a video over the weekend.
Clifford, who helped lead Penn State to an 11-2 record as a first-time starter in 2019, released a PSA on mask-wearing on Saturday. In order to ensure college football is played this year, Clifford is urging fans to wear the face covering in public in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
“What’s up Nittany Nation, this is Sean Clifford. We’re looking forward to a very special season this year, but we need your help in order to do so,” Clifford said in his video. “You wear your mask, I’ll wear mine. We Are!”
Already, the B1G has nixed nonconference games in 2020, meaning the league will have a conference-only schedule this fall. What the schedule will look like or when the season will begin is still to be determined.
Below is Clifford’s message:
— Sean Clifford (@seancliff14) July 18, 2020