Prominent Penn State Figures And Their Google Arts & Culture Doppelgangers
Thanks to Google’s new Arts & Culture app, users can find out what people in works of art they look like just by taking a selfie. A wise man once said, “With great power, comes great responsibility.” So naturally we used the app on some notable Penn State figures.
President Eric Barron
That work of art should obviously be in the Palmer Museum of Art, not lowly Yale.
How many Big Ten Championships has that guy won, though?
The Willard Preacher
That doppelgänger is a 0% match without a red sweatshirt.
Maybe if Saquon Barkley brings his doppelgänger to the NFL Draft, he can avoid going to the Browns.
So THAT’S what McSorley looks like without the headband.
Athletic Director Sandy Barbour
Not as good as the Beaver Stadium renderings, but not bad.
There’s absolutely no matching that hair, though.
That look on your face when you’re about to get #paid in the NFL…
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