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DOTD: Beaver Stadium Is In Minecraft

It’s been 94 days since Penn State football last played in Beaver Stadium. That result may not have been pretty, but if you’re like me, you’re feeling homesick from the glorious structure that is Beaver Stadium.

Thankfully, we can still see the stadium from our windows, watch the scoreboard light up the sky like the Batman symbol, and smile with the knowledge that the Blue and White game is a mere seven weeks away.

And now, thanks to gamers ProtonMurphy and SteveStrifex, we can relive the Beaver Stadium experience… in Minecraft.

In Minecraft, players are able to create masterpieces by using small square boxes that make up the Minecraft world — this now includes Beaver Stadium. As you behold this version of the 107,000 seat structure, remember that every blade of grass, every seat, every single part was created with thousands of tiny cubes, and the hearts of true Penn State fans.

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About the Author

Brandilyn Heckman

is a junior majoring in Secondary Education (English). Though she commutes to class from her home in Penns Valley, she refuses to be called a 'townie.' Along with Onward State, she currently interns with the Centre Daily Times. In her spare time, she is unafraid to show her love for Penn State, Landon Donovan, and Captain America. You can follow her on twitter at @Brandilynh or contact her via email with [email protected]


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