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Stripe Out Plan Announced For Primetime Clash Against Rutgers

It’s still a few weeks away, but now you can find out what color you’ll wear on Sept. 19.

That’s the night Rutgers enters Beaver Stadium for a hyped 8:00 p.m. showdown against Penn State, a game that will feature the first Stripe Out. Sections will be coordinated entirely in white or blue; click here to find out what color your section will be. The student section, meanwhile, is encouraged to dress entirely in white.

You can enter your information at the above link, or check the nifty map below (courtesy of GoPSUSports) for an even quicker reference. If you entered your email when you bought tickets, you’ll be reminded several times before the game, which will be televised on the Big Ten Network.

Stripe Out

 

 

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