February 28, 2007
Brother's story inspires Stupar
A small contingent of family and local media crowded into a tiny classroom at State College Area High School's north building in late May last year, awaiting the college announcement of its own Nathan Stupar, who was deciding that day between Penn State and Virginia.
Stupar, flanked by his parents and State High head football coach Al Wolski, then threw on a Penn State cap and sported his trademark ear to ear grin as he signified that he would be moving across town to become a Nittany Lion.
In the rear of the room sat his brother Jonathan, four years Nate's elder. He was much larger than Nate's 6-foot-2, 220 pound frame, but the family resemblance was obvious.
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