Your Penn State-Ohio State Playlist: Halloween Edition

The thought of a Penn State football match-up against Ohio State on Halloween night, and during a full blue moon, is frightening. Whether it’s a sign of a zombie apocalypse, an alien invasion, or the return of clowns, we’re in for one eerie gameday. I’m scared.

As everyone prepares for Saturday at home or in socially-distanced “pods”, we have a two-hour spooky football playlist you can add to your trick-or-treat buckets this year.

From Bobby “Borris” Pickett’s “Monster Mash” to My Chemical Romance’s “Welcome to the Black Parade,” our playlist has enough spooky anthems to scare even the Ohio State Buckeyes away from Beaver Stadium.

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About the Author

Trae Morgan-White

Trae is a senior majoring in digital and print journalism, residing from Philadelphia. Do not ask him about cheesesteaks from Pat's or Geno's, it's downright cruel. Aside from his passion for writing and graphic design, he is also an avid music lover, a poet, and he has an addiction to making Spotify playlists and singing in front of an invisible audience. Yikes. You can witness Trae's bizarre music tastes or offer him a Sony Music internship on Twitter: @blancoBLK.

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