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NIL-Themed Collective Led By Penn State Alumni Donors is Announced

Penn State DB Marcus Allen

On Wednesday morning, an NIL collective titled “Success With Honor,” a three-word phrase that grew under Joe Paterno and is now synonymous with Penn State sports and especially the football program, was introduced.

“Success With Honor” gives Penn State fans the chance to contribute to the athletic programs. Fans can subscribe for anywhere between $10 and $500 a month. In return for their investments, fans will have exclusive access and opportunities such as meet-and-greets, NFTs and one-on-one training sessions.

Businesses also have a chance to contribute and set up sponsorships with Penn State teams and specific athletes.

Success With Honor’s goal is to have between 85 and 90 percent of contributions go to Penn State athletics. The collective’s advising board includes former Penn State quarterback and current ESPN color commentator Todd Blackledge, fellow former quarterback Michael Robinson and Nittany Lion linebacking great LaVar Arrington, who recently was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

The collective will also be working with Student Athlete Empowerment, another organization that hopes to grow NIL.

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