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    We're moving on up in ESPN's Celebrate College Colors Day competition thanks to all your votes! Have you voted for the South Carolina Gamecocks today? You can vote once a day every day through August 31. Keep it up and spread the word to your friends, Gamecocks!!


    2012 College Colors Day by ESPN. Show your school spirit on August 31st by wearing green & gold!

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    "We are elated to see this incredible expression of Penn State pride, spirit and support demonstrated by our students, alumni, faculty and staff, and friends and fans in winning the Pledge Your Allegiance contest," said Roger Williams, executive director of the Penn State Alumni Association. "This national victory is what Nittany Nation is all about. We know Penn Staters everywhere will join us in celebrating by wearing their blue and white with great pride."

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