What is the Blue and White game at Penn State?

Penn State has announced in place of a Blue-White game, fans will be allowed at the football… Traditionally, it is half of the team in the Nittany Lions’ blue jerseys and the other half repping the team’s white uniforms.

Does Penn State White Out every game?

On August 6, Penn State announced that the Nittany Lions’ season would begin with no fans in attendance at Beaver Stadium, casting doubt on the possibility of a White Out game in 2020. The show has been at every White Out since 2017 and were among the first to try the Penn State Creamery’s new “White Out” ice cream.

How many White Out games does Penn State have?

The Nittany Lions are currently 8-8 in White-Out games, having defeated then-14th ranked Michigan 28-21 on Oct. 19, 2019. Penn State did not host a White Out game in 2020 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Penn State began the White Out in 2004 while taking on Purdue.

Will Penn State have fans 2021?

Bring on the Penn State football fans: Beaver Stadium back to full capacity for 2021. Penn State football, finally, will be able to pack Beaver Stadium for the first time in two years. The university announced plans Tuesday to restore full capacity for all of its athletic venues for the upcoming fall season.

What is a White Out Day?

Whiteout has been defined as: “A condition of diffuse light when no shadows are cast, due to a continuous white cloud layer appearing to merge with the white snow surface. No surface irregularities of the snow are visible, but a dark object may be clearly seen. There is no visible horizon.”

Will Penn State have fans at football games 2021?

Penn State announces plans to host full crowds at sports venues, including Beaver Stadium, this fall. Fans will attend their first home football game in nearly two years when the Nittany Lions host Ball State on Sept. 11 in the home-opener.