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The Official Penn State-Indiana Drinking Game

It’s time for the fourth home game in a row, Penn State. If you’re as tired as we are, this drinking game should help wake you up.

After a noon game last week, we’re back to the beautiful prime-time spot against Indiana in the annual Stripe Out. Don’t forget to check which color you’re supposed to wear.

This Saturday is a marathon, not a sprint. With that said, kick back, crack open a cold one, and enjoy this week’s *official* drinking game.

  • Before kickoff, enjoy a drink. You’ve probably been drinking for nine hours straight, why stop now?
  • Chug a drink if the broadcast team mentions anything about last year’s overtime thriller against Indiana. We don’t even want to talk about it.
  • Bottoms up when Penn State scores the first touchdown! Put those shakers in the air like you just don’t care.
  • Throw back a shot when (if?) Indiana scores a tuddie. C’mon, defense!
  • Take a loooooong sip if Jordan Stout hits a touchback on a kickoff. The man is practically automatic, so you might as well just do it now and get it over with.
  • Big gulps are required for every Penn State sack and interception. Gotta give the defense some credit, folks.
  • Take a sip if someone is wearing the wrong color in their section. It’s not that hard!
  • Cheer and finish your drink if Penn State gets revenge wins. 5-0 is all we have to say.
  • If Penn State loses, finish every drink in sight and hide out in your room for a couple of days.

As always, have fun, stay safe, and drink responsibly.

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