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Penn State Unveils 2022 White Out Shirt

The excitement surrounding Penn State football’s 2022 season grew even more on Saturday when the team unveiled its next official White Out t-shirt. As you might expect, it calls the Beaver Stadium tradition “the greatest show in college sports.”

Through a minute-long video, Penn State Athletics said it asked fans to describe the annual White Out in one word. So, it’s perhaps no coincidence that the design features subtle nods to popular answers — “unforgettable,” “electric,” “goosebumps,” and so on — on the back of the shirt. The front, meanwhile, features a rather simple 2022 with “Penn State White Out” laid overtop.

Penn State said this fall’s White Out shirts will officially go on sale at 8 a.m. on Sunday, April 24.

So, how does this year’s White Out shirt stack up among past designs? Take a look through Penn State’s previous shirts to make your pick.

Curiously, Penn State still hasn’t announced which upcoming game would receive White Out treatment. With October 22’s clash with Minnesota already taken up by Homecoming, the Nittany Lions’ October 29 date with Ohio State seems to be the most likely option.

Penn State is 9-8 all-time in White Out games at Beaver Stadium since the tradition began in 2004. Last season, the Nittany Lions topped No. 22 Auburn 28-20 in front of a full-stadium White Out crowd.

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