Penn State’s annual White Out is October 21. Beaver Stadium will be a blinding sea of white when Michigan comes to State College, but James Franklin doesn’t want it to end there.
— James Franklin (@coachjfranklin) October 10, 2017
(Yes, White Pants.)
He wants you to wear literally everything white. If you’re cooking at a tailgate, your apron should be white. If you’re coming directly from a shift at the hospital, you should save some time and just wear white scrubs.
Penn State’s White Out was a special one last season. It ended in a blocked field goal that Grant Haley returned for a touchdown, and it put Ohio State squarely in the national conversation.
Penn State already had a student-only White Out against Pitt. The Nittany Lions won that game, 33-14, and are 6-0 headed into their bye week. This is a chance for Penn State to exact revenge against Michigan, one of two teams to hand the Nittany Lions a loss in 2016.
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