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Your Official Penn State-Indiana Drinking Game

Well, last week sucked.

Penn State hosted Ohio State in its annual Stripe Out, and despite holding onto a lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Nittany Lions collapsed and lost 44-31.

However, it’s a new week! The boys in blue and white will travel to Indiana for a potential bounce-back game against the Hoosiers. Penn State opened as a 13.5-point favorite over Indiana and boasts a 23-2 all-time record against the Hoosiers, so a win could very well be in the cards.

Regardless, this weekend’s weather forecast calls for some daytime brews, so let’s get into this week’s official drinking game.

  • Crack a bev to get the day started. Saturday is supposed to hit a high of 71 degrees, so enjoy a brew outside!
  • Cheers to your buddies for Parker Washington’s monstrous game last weekend. He didn’t get enough love after last week’s performance.
  • Take a shot if Drew Allar gets the start. It may just be time to let the young peacock fly.
  • Finish your drink if Sean Clifford starts. James Franklin is a loyal guy.
  • Chug for three seconds for every sack Penn State tallies throughout the game. Poor Connor Bazelak has been sacked 23 times this year.
  • Take a sip if someone calls Bazelak, “Ballsack.”
  • Take a shot if Indiana starts a quarterback that’s not Bazelak. There’s some quarterback controversy in Bloomington, folks.
  • Finish your drink if the broadcast reminds us of the terrible outcome of the 2020 game against the Hoosiers. Michael Penix Jr. was DOWN!
  • Pour a new mixed drink if Penn State is up at the half.
  • Take a shot if Joey Porter Jr. finally gets an interception. We’ve been saying this all year, so it’s bound to happen eventually, right?
  • After arguing with your friends to keep the Penn State game on over Georgia-Tennessee, crack a new one. We always ride for the Nittany Lions.
  • Take a victory sip if the game hits the over before the fourth quarter starts. It’s set at 50.5, but this may be a beatdown.
  • Take a shot if Penn State throws zero interceptions in the game. It’s been a bit since we haven’t seen one.
  • Take a nice, long sip if Penn State wins.
  • Finish your drink if the Nittany Lions cover. It’s what all great teams do.
  • If the Hoosiers win, you may want to call it a day. Catch up on more important things in life.

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

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