Penn State Explains Why The Took T-Shirts From Players That Spoke Out Against Racism Against One of Their Teammates (Videos)

Penn State are COWARDS.

The administration said all the right things when a player got a racist letter from an alum, but when they tried to continue that support, they basically shut it down.

Penn State personnel confiscated T-shirts bearing the words “Chains, Tattoos, Dreads, & WE ARE” that Nittany Lions football players were wearing during the pregame portion of Saturday night’s game at Iowa.

According to ESPN’s Holly Rowe, coach James Franklin was upset that his players did not discuss beforehand their intentions to wear the shirts.

“While we are supportive of our students expressing themselves in a thoughtful manner, they are expected to wear team-issued apparel on game day,” Penn State said in a statement released during the game. “We asked our students to remove the shirts out of an abundance of caution for NCAA compliance.

Once again COWARDS.

Flip the page for the video of the kids wearing the tees and racist letter.

Robert Littal

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