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[Photo Story] Blue-White 2019 Tailgate Pups

As the weather warmed up and the sun came out, the masses gathered (mostly) outside Beaver Stadium for the annual Blue-White scrimmage. Students and families alike flocked to tailgates all around the stadium enjoying the weather and Penn State’s most prized pastime. This year’s annual spring football game couldn’t have been complete without our furry friends roaming around tailgates all afternoon long.

Here are some of our favorites:

Maddie from Altoona, PA soaking in the sun
Boo from Pittsburgh, PA, who does in fact have eyes
From left to right: Levi, Ty, and Finn from Washington, DC looking for some treats
From left to right: Abby (Danville, PA) and Zeus (West Chester, PA) making friends
Arya, the huge 5 month old puppy from Harrisburg, PA
Carly (Allentown, PA) greeting Nittany Lion fans
Stella (West Chester, PA) is all of us after a long day of tailgating!

Blue defeated White 24-7 in Penn State football’s annual spring scrimmage Saturday afternoon and these good boys and girls could not be bothered!

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Frank Scaramuzzo

Frank is a junior studying English and Media Studies (against his parents' wishes). He is from South Jersey and enjoys anything from Wawa. Email him quotes from your favorite books or films (not "movies") at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @frank_scar.


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