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Blue-White Game Transforms Campus

I had forgotten how much University Park changes when there’s a football game until I walked downtown last night.

The whole atmosphere seemed familiar but slightly different– like a more casual version of a fall game.

We checked out the Twitter search for Blue-White game to see what other people thought of the game. Some of the best stuff we found is below.

First, a TwitPic from Dan Casaz.

Onward State’s own writer, Steve, found out the attendance.

And this pretty much sums up how this morning’s tailgating was.

There were two good liveblogs at Penn Live via the Patriot News and at the Pocono Record. Highlight clips will probably start showing up on YouTube soon too.

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