DOTD: Fill Up Beaver Stadium, Or Face Sean Spencer’s Wrath
Yeah, sure, the Penn State football team is 1-4 in its past five games, and fine, the team hasn’t won a game at home since Sept. 20. Admittedly, it’s been tough to get excited for Saturdays recently, especially when you’re playing games with scores like 13-7.
But that’s no excuse for showing up late to games! Defensive line coach Sean Spencer has come to the rescue, reminding you just why you should be excited to pack Beaver Stadium for the last two home games of the 2014 campaign.
Spencer battles the rain to remind us how Beaver Stadium is “the greatest atmosphere in college football,” and proclaims that he wants to be able to hear the stadium all the way from Mt. Nittany. Ambitious? Yes. Realistic? I have no idea. Either way, just watch the video, get excited, and for the love of god, go to the game (on time) this weekend.
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