The Official Penn State-Wisconsin Drinking Game
For the first time in nearly a year, Penn State football is back, folks. A fall chill is in the air, and the Nittany Lions are nearly set to take the field.
But as football returns, so does the full-on anxiety that comes with rooting for the Nittany Lions. Luckily, whether you’re drinking to loosen up or numb the pain of a season-opening loss, we’ve got you covered.
Without further ado, sit back, crack open a cold one, and take solace in the fact that there’s no school on Monday. Most importantly, please enjoy our drinking game responsibly:
- Right out of the gate, chug your drink. Football is back, baby. You’ve earned this.
- Take a shot if the broadcast team touts Sean Clifford and Jonathan Sutherland for being Penn State’s first-ever three-time captains. Now that’s worth celebrating!
- Shotgun a beer for Penn State’s first touchdown of the season. Here’s to many, many more!
- Likewise, slam back a shot once Penn State gives up its first score.
- Take a sip for every completion to Jahan Dotson. Penn State’s star receiver will surely be busy this season, and for good reason.
- Chug your drink if you see a promo for Penn State’s upcoming White Out against Auburn. The best atmosphere in college football is back in two weeks, folks.
- Take a sip every time Penn State swaps in a new running back. The #LawnBoyz are gonna be busy this fall!
- Take a loooooooong sip if you hear a mention of Penn State’s 2016 Big Ten title win over Wisconsin. Good times, folks.
- Chug your drink when the broadcast team inevitably mentions Penn State’s disastrous 0-5 start last year. We get it. Move on, people!
- Celebrate and finish your drink if Penn State wins.
- Finish every drink in sight if Penn State loses. Hell, don’t stop drinking until next week, too. It’ll be a long one.
As always, enjoy the game, drink responsibly, and stay safe!
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Nittany Lions old and new have received new jersey numbers ahead of the 2022 season.