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Your Official Penn State-Ohio State Drinking Game

The Buckeyes are coming! The Buckeyes are coming! The Buckeyes are coming!

No. 13 Penn State is set to host No. 2 Ohio State at noon this Saturday, October 29, at Beaver Stadium. After missing out during the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is the first time that all students, from first years to fifth years, will get the chance to sit in the student section for the brawl against our neighboring foes.

To make matters even better, it’s spooky season, as Halloween is just two days after the game. Also, it’s the Stripe Out! Football, beer, and Halloweekend… It truly doesn’t get much better than this.

To help celebrate such a big and exciting weekend, we have concocted an extra special drinking game to get you through the weekend. Here’s this week’s official drinking game:

  • Crack a bev to get the day started. Remember, kickoff is at noon. It’s a marathon, not a sprint.
  • Take a sip if you make a visit to the cocktagon before entering the stadium. Can’t find one? We have a map.
  • Steal your buddy’s drink and take a sip if they wore the wrong color for your section. It’s not a White Out, but it’s still pretty cool.
  • Take a shot if Ohio State false starts on the first play of the game. Can we go back-to-back? Is the Stripe Out like that?
  • Take a sip if the crowd cheers for Sean Clifford. #LegacyGame
  • Take a celebratory five-second chug for every time Nick Singleton breaks free for a 25+ yard gain.
  • Take a sip for every “THE Ohio State University” you hear.
  • Finish your drink if the 2016 blocked field goal return touchdown is ever mentioned. This just never gets old.
  • Take a shot if CJ Stroud throws an interception.
  • Add a sip if Joey Porter Jr. gets it.
  • Take a healthy sip if PJ Mustipher registers a sack.
  • Add another if he strips the ball.
  • Chug your drink if a fan storms the field. That was crazy last week.
  • Drink whatever you have whenever you hear, “Buck the Fuckeyes.”
  • Take a shot if you see anyone wearing a costume.
  • Crack a new one to start the second half.
  • Chug for three seconds if Penn State is losing.
  • Take a sip for every tight end touchdown. Don’t let Theo Johnson or Brenton Strange (or Tyler Warren) get hot!
  • Hold that beer close to your heart if this game comes down to the final minutes. Penn State has a history of doing that with the Buckeyes nuts.
  • Finish that damn drink if Penn State pulls off the upset!
  • Pour a mixed drink if Penn State gets pummeled.

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

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Tobey Prime

Tobey is a senior studying broadcast journalism from Lancaster, PA. He is a major Pittsburgh sports fan and Miami Heat fanatic. When Tobey isn't writing for Onward State, you can catch him looking at photos of his pugs. Send your best insults to [email protected] or sports takes to @tobey_prime on Twitter.

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