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Janie Harris | NCAA.com | August 5, 2016

Penn State players react to new locker room

  Players jump and shout at the sight of their new locker room.

Penn State kicked off its annual football training camp by introducing players to their new locker room, initially posting on Twitter the first moments of the team coming in on Wednesday evening.

The Penn State Althletic website posted a photo gallery of the project, sharing so fans can see what the players experienced. 

  Players enjoyed their first look at the new locker room.
  Each player had his own locker to find on the reveal day.
  Penn State revealed its newly renovated locker room to the football players to kick off training camp.

Here is how the team reacted to the new space: 

Junior linebacker Jason Cabinda tweeted: 

And, junior wide receiver Daesean Hamilton followed with:

Still, with the excitement of a new locker room, some players found it difficult to not start the season a little early.

Now with new-found enthusiasm for the season, the Nittnay Lions' football team can spend its training camp, which started Thursday, focusing on working toward a winning season. 

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