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Your Official Penn State-Michigan State Drinking Game

This is the end, folks.

Penn State is set to close the regular season this Saturday with a battle against the Michigan State Spartans. The Nittany Lions are one win away from their first double-digit win season since 2019. However, even more at stake is the most beautiful block of wood in the world: the Land-Grant Trophy.

After coming off such a grand drinking eating holiday in Thanksgiving, you mind as well keep the drinking following with this week’s official drinking game. Enjoy!

  • Crack a brew to get the day started. This is the last dance of the year at Beaver Stadium, so enjoy it while it lasts.
  • Take a shot if this is your fourth (or more) straight day drinking. Keep that bender going. We are proud of you.
  • Chug five seconds for Sean Clifford. Love him or hate him, this is his last game at Beaver Stadium. It’s time to tip your cap for all he accomplished.
  • Take a sip if Penn State wins the coin toss.
  • Finish your drink if this is your last game as a student at Beaver Stadium. Sorry to bring up a bad thought, but enjoy it.
  • Every time you see the Land Grant Trophy, take a sip. It’s just a nice piece of wood. You have to appreciate it.
  • Chug for three seconds for every Nick Singleton and Kaytron Allen touchdown. We can’t believe we’re going to have to wait a whole year to see those boys ball out again.
  • Take a shot for Parker Washington. He’s hurt, but he had a great season. Give it up for him.
  • Crack a new one to start the second half.
  • Take a shot if the Nittany Lions hold the Spartans to under 20 points. Manny Diaz has these boys cooking.
  • Take a shot if Penn State blows out Michigan State. The squad has been taking these games personally.
  • Chug your drink if we see tears from Clifford or any other senior as they leave the field. Onions may be cut on Saturday.
  • Finish your drink if Penn State comes out victorious. A 10-2 season is not bad at all, folks. Let’s enjoy it.
  • You mind as well finish your drink if Penn State drops the ball, too. Let the booze help take the pain away.
  • Have one more extra drink, seniors, for your last game in Beaver Stadium as a student. It’s been a ride.

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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