[Photo Story] Penn State vs. Minnesota

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: there is nothing like the White Out.

In case you missed it, the Nittany Lions bounced back with a 45-17 blowout win over Minnesota on Saturday. The Penn State football faithful showed out (109,817 to be exact) and brought the noise.

Onward State was on the field to capture Beaver Stadium in all of its monochromatic mayhem.

The energy was off the charts before the gates opened. Fans piled onto Curtin Road to watch Penn State make its way into the stadium.

The student section was filled more than an hour before kickoff.

The quarterbacks showed off their all-white drip during warmups.

Once the sun set, the noise grew. The Nittany Lions entered to fireworks, Lion Lights, and of course, over 100,000 screaming fans.

Despite a ~scary~ first quarter, Penn State dominated Minnesota for the remainder of the game.

Simply put, the Penn State fans were going wild. One fan’s White Out experience took them to the field, where they were met by a swarm of police.

Sink the boat, raise the song.

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About the Author

Alysa Rubin

Alysa was Onward State's visual editor. She's one of many "just outside of Philly" folks at Penn State and yes, she's an obnoxious Philly sports fan. Alysa loves her camera, hiking, a good soft pretzel, and eating her way through Wawa. She's also a proud mom to a cat named Comet. Follow @arubin241 on Twitter to keep up with what she sees through her lens (and for a funny retweet or two).

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