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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | October 9, 2015

Penn State football: Keegan-Michael Key impersonates James Franklin, leads meeting

Keegan-Michael Key is one of the most popular comedians today, a Penn State alum and he looks like Nittany Lions coach James Franklin.

So, naturally when Key returned to his alma mater for homecoming week, hilarity ensued.

On Thursday, Key surprised the Penn State team by leading a team meeting while impersonating Franklin.

The players knew right away that Key wasn’t Franklin, but that didn’t stop the comedian from giving a hilarious performance that they really enjoyed.

Take a look:

Penn State will take on Indiana in its homecoming game on Saturday.

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