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Sport Penn State warms up in custom t-shirts denouncing racist letter

02:25  13 october  2019
02:25  13 october  2019 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

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Penn State Nittany Lions head football coach James Franklin denounced a racially insensitive letter that was sent to a player on the team. Nittany Lions safety Jonathan Sutherland received a letter from a PSU alum that criticized his appearance, saying his "shoulder length dreadlocks look disgusting."

A Penn State fan ain' t apologizing for a letter he sent to a football player that many found offensive in fact, the guy is DOUBLING DOWN on it, saying, "Get the guys cleaned up ." In case you missed it a man named Dave Petersen wrote a letter to Nittany Lions team captain Jonathan Sutherland

The Penn State football program’s collective rejection of the racist letter sent to safety Jonathan Sutherland reached the field on Saturday, as players warmed up with custom-made t-shirts bearing a message.

a baseball player holding a bat: A letter sent to Jonathan Sunderland has received a staunch rejection from Penn State football. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)© Provided by Oath Inc. A letter sent to Jonathan Sunderland has received a staunch rejection from Penn State football. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

The shirts’ message: “Chains, Tattos, Dreads & WE ARE.”

According to the Daily Collegian, multiple players were seen wearing the shirts in pregame before the Nittany Lions’ game at Iowa.

Penn State football player tweets 'racist' letter from alum about 'disgusting dreadlocks'

  Penn State football player tweets 'racist' letter from alum about 'disgusting dreadlocks' Penn State football player tweets 'racist' letter from alum about 'disgusting dreadlocks'The letter comes from a fan who describes himself and his wife as “older” graduates of Penn State and calls for an implementation of a dress code, while lambasting a player’s “awful hair.

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One man's disdain for Penn State safety Jonathan Sutherland's dreadlocks sparked a one-sided firestorm in Happy Valley. It doesn’ t take four legs, a tail and a wet nose to hear certain types of dog whistles, as ears were ringing across the country Monday when Penn State defensive tackle Antonio

Penn State defensive end Antonio Shelton exposed the letter decrying Sutherland’s dreadlocks as “disgusting and certainly not attractive” and calling for a dress code for football players. The letter triggered a program-wide outcry, with Sutherland later calling the message “rude, ignorant and judging.”

The shirts are almost certainly worn with the blessing of head coach James Franklin, who vigorously defended Sutherland as “one of the most respected players in our program.”

“He’s the ultimate example of what our program is all about,” Franklin said. He’s a captain. He’s a Dean’s List honors student. He’s confident, he’s articulate, he’s intelligent, he’s thoughtful, he’s caring, and he’s committed.”

Penn State football: James Franklin responds to 'racist' fan letter

  Penn State football: James Franklin responds to 'racist' fan letter The Penn State head coach began his weekly press conference with a passionate response to a disparaging letter directed at one of his players.He never actually mentioned it or the Penn State fan who sent it. The letter condemned the long, flowing dreadlocks of junior safety Jonathan Sutherland, who is black.

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