In case you haven’t noticed, Alabama fans have been coming in droves throughout the day. So I went down to College Avenue to see what they think of the area and of course get their take of the game.
This week's camp-out is shaping up to be one of the biggest and best in the history of Paternoville, and we're not going to let everyone else have the fun. That's right, we've got an OnwardState tent up at Beaver Stadium, and we'll be joining in the festivities. We're one of more than 100 tents here, and we're looking excited to one long, chaotic, and unbelievably fun experience. All week, we'll be bringing you content live from Gate A--both inside and outside of our new home.
Students of State College have been walking by the building Urban Outfitters will occupy (previously Nittany Notes), awaiting the moment when the construction would be over and their doors would open. The day will come soon. The rest of the clothing stores on College Avenue, however, have been preparing for Urban's opening for close to a year now.
This Sunday, as a way to gather and share some new music, the indie, industrial, band, A Place to Bury Strangers, will be performing in the Chronic Town hookah lounge at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 in addition to any hookah smoking you may entertain. Setting the mood for the night will be opener, Think Twice, Dublin, a local indie band comprised of Penn Staters.
A victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide would be a win for the ages, and the crowd will be a major factor if Penn State can spring the upset. Come early, be loud, stay late, and read why we're going to need every single fan at full throat tomorrow.
Penn State is playing what is probably going to be its biggest game of the year, and it is only week two. Alabama's staunch defense will give the Nittany Lions trouble, but an electric atmosphere in Beaver Stadium could be a game changer. Penn State will need to play a near-perfect game in order to beat No. 2 Alabama.