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Penn State-Ohio State Snapchat Filters Revealed Ahead Of Saturday’s Game

Penn Staters have been hyped up about this Saturday since week one of the football season. It’s the first night game, a White Out, and features one of Penn State’s most infamous foes: Ohio State. The Beaver Stadium atmosphere is almost always something special, but this is on its own level.

Snapchat created filters and a story to add to that excitement — similar to what it did with the Pitt game.



Snapchat totally could’ve done better, TBH. We would’ve loved to see Ohio State’s very intimidating mascot (a nut) make the cut. Either way, these filters tend to spark even more Penn State pride than usual in the digital world. Send us your best snaps using these filters and you could be featured in a story. At the very least, you’ll keep us entertained. Our Snapchat username is onwardstate.

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Allison Wulfhorst

Allison Wulfhorst is a freshman majoring in journalism and minoring in business. She is a music enthusiast and her hobbies include listening to music, writing about music, and watching One Tree Hill (she's re watching it again so if that does not say dedication then what does?) You're welcome to email her at [email protected] or follow her at @AlliWulfhorst on Twitter.


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