Penn State Grad Who Tweeted About Thon At Olbermann: I Thought I Could Let Him Know About The Good At Penn State
DeLeon sent a tweet to ESPN’s Keith Olbermann on Twitter over the weekend regarding the over $13 million raised for cancer research by Penn State’s Thon. Olbermann’s response to DeLeon and other Penn State Alumni led ESPN to suspend him for a week.
Olbermann was suspended because of a nasty Twitter exchange that began with a Penn State Alum’s tweet about “Thon” raising 13 million dollars to fight pediatric cancer.
Keith Olbermann has been taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the week after making insulting comments about Penn State students on Twitter.
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