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Penn State HC James Franklin lowers the boom on Easter pinata

Here we have Penn State head football coach James Franklin applying the pain to a rabbit pinata.

He’s doing this for the kids. And the candy. Always the candy.

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Our head Coach is also an oversized flying bunny… How about yours? Confirmed: this is James Franklin #PSUnrivaledpic.twitter.com/DuRpfToueG

— PJ Mullen (@psuPJ)March 26, 2016

And now a very necessary, Metro Bunnin’ (sorry) remix:

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Happy Easter, y’all.

Dan is on Twitter. He’s not about to deal with trash Peeps in his streets.

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