WATCH: PSU football players show off incredible dance routine for THON Pep Rally
Penn State’s football team doesn’t just dazzle fans while it’s on the field on Saturday afternoons in the fall, some guys are pretty impressive on the stage, too. That became pretty apparent this weekend.
This weekend, Penn State hosted THON, an annual 46-hour dance marathon that raises money for the Four Diamonds Fund, a program at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital that helps families of children with cancer. And at the THON 2019 Pep Rally, a few Nittany Lion football stars showed off their dance moves.
It resulted in a spectacular one-minute dance video, filled with awesome moves, great songs and a few funny moments. Here’s the video from the event:
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Those guys really put it all out there, and everyone seemed to enjoy it.
THON is the largest student-run philanthropic event in the world, and always raises an incredible amount of money for families of children with cancer. Since 1977, the event has raised over $100 million. In 2015, more than $12.3 million was raised at the event.
It’s always a special event in State College and it’s great to see the football team getting involved with a dance routine of its own.