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Cam Wynter sends a short message for Penn State fans ahead of Big Ten title game

After Penn State’s win over Indiana on Saturday, Cam Wynter has a message for Penn State fans.



Cam Wynter
Mar 10, 2023; Chicago, IL, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions guard Camren Wynter (11) brings the ball up court against the Northwestern Wildcats during the first half at United Center. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

CHICAGO, IL — On Saturday night, less than 24 hours before Penn State’s massive matchup against the Purdue Boilermakers for the Big Ten title, one of the Nittany Lions’ star players has a message for the college basketball universe. Cam Wynter, and standout shooter and playmaker on Penn State’s 2022-23 roster, raises a great question and proves why this year’s team is special with his message.

Cam Wynter has a message for Penn State basketball fans

After Penn State’s impressive 77-73 win over Indiana in the Big Ten tournament semifinal on Saturday, Cam Wynter took to Twitter to send the college basketball universe and Penn State fans a message. ‘WHY NOT US,” Wynter’s tweet read. The message may not see like much, but it’s a good one to send to an underdog Nittany Lion team heading into the biggest game the program has played in ages.

Penn State basketball is 8-1 in its past nine games — including six quad one wins over the past three weeks — and is yet to drop a game in the conference tournament. Heading into Sunday’s title game, the Nittany Lions are heavy underdogs against the top 5-ranked Purdue Boilermakers; however, it’s March, and you never know what will happen when it comes to this month and college basketball.

As Penn State enters its biggest test of the season and one of the most influential games in PSU basketball history, the Nittany Lions must keep the same mentality as Cam Wynter has: Why not us? There isn’t a good answer for Wynter’s question — if Penn State plays its best ball against Purdue, PSU will leave Chicago with a Big Ten title.

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Chris, a Penn State University student, founded Basic Blues Nation in 2022. He remains a co-owner of the website today. Throughout a six-year writing career, Chris has been a beat writer, a staff writer, an Editor-In Chief, and more, serving as a member of the credentialed media for a number of Big Ten schools. He has covered everything from non-revenue sports to CFP National Championship matchups, as well as some professional and high school sports.


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