Beau Pribula joins NIL partnership with Tesla perk

In December, four Penn State players signed on for an NIL partnership with a York-based construction company. The big perk of the deal was getting the keys to a Tesla with the company’s name branded on the side. Now, backup quarterback Beau Pribula has joined the NIL partnership.

The NIL partnership is with Inch & Co., a construction company based out of York, PA. The deal is good for one year, where Pribula will get to drive around State College advertising Inch & Co. in a Tesla. Not bad!

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Last month, Inch & Co. signed on four Penn State players for the same one-year partnership. Those four players were Drew Allar, Kalen King, Olu Fashanu, and Abdul Carter.

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It sure seems like this construction company hit on some big names for Penn State heading into 2023. Fashanu surprised many by deciding to return for another season to play on the offensive line. Allar is expected to be the team’s starting quarterback, with Pribula backing him up. King continues to prove to be one of the top defensive players on the roster after his second complete season, and Carter has quickly made an impact living up to the Linebacker-U standard.

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