We’re just one day away from the first night game of the season. The football team is 2-0 after a dominant win in the home opener against Eastern Michigan last Saturday. The Nittany Lions face off against the UCF Knights tomorrow night and will try and keep that perfect record alive. Kickoff is at 6:00 p.m. Let’s take a look at what our writers think about the game.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski stopped by Penn State yesterday in the midst of his 20-counties-in-9-days campaign kickoff tour for governor. We had the chance to catch up with Mayor Pawlowski to talk about his the campaign and dinosaurs.
Take a look at ten of the most stereotypical dorm room decorations to see how original, or unoriginal, your room is.
Meet Penn State's Club Croquet ("Broquet") team. They might not even know how to play croquet, but this close group of friends manages to have a lot of fun trying while raising money for THON, too.
The Nittany Lions have played the Central Florida Knights twice in the past. The first game was back in 2002 when Penn State barely edged UCF for a 27-24 win. Their next matchup came in 2004 when Penn State posted 524 yards of offense while holding UCF to just 181 yards in route to a 37-13 victory. When kickoff comes tomorrow evening at Beaver Stadium, expect a close matchup similar to the game from '02. Here's everything you need to know heading into tomorrow's evening game.
Penn State is widely known for its whiteout games and the intense atmosphere that each brings. Traditionally, Penn State has one "official" full-stadium whiteout per season, with a few student-declared whiteouts sprinkled in. When the UCF game was declared a whiteout earlier this week, some students complained on social media that having a student whiteout this early in the season for a non-conference opponent makes the exercise less special.