Annual White Out To Be Held Against Michigan On November 21

Get excited: The annual White Out game is against Michigan on Nov. 21. It will be the third time a full stadium has dressed in white for a home game against the Wolverines.

For the first time, the game was chosen by the help of a public fan vote, and the game will also be the team’s annual Senior Day. Fans voted on a teeshirt design, and the metallic silver Nike design was selected to be the official White Out teeshirt.

“The T-shirt design features a unique ink that is created by infusing silver ink with metallic flakes,” according to Penn State athletics. When printed, it creates a highly concentrated metallic sheen, sure to catch your eye from every angle.


The last Michigan Beaver Stadium White Out was a memorable affair: Penn State won 43-40 in four overtimes in 2013. The kick time for this year’s White Out has yet to be announced. It falls on the Saturday of Thanksgiving Break, but dorms will remain open until 10 a.m. on Sunday to compensate.

The game will be Penn State’s final home game before it closes the season at Michigan State. You can buy your official White Out gear here.

Mark your calendar and make your travel plans for Thanksgiving accordingly. It’s time to show Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverine’s who’s boss.

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Ben Berkman

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