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Your Official Blue-White Drinking Game

The weather’s warm, Neon Trees is performing at Movin’ On, and we’re one day away from a Penn State football game practice. The vibes are immaculate in Happy Valley.

Fans will have their first look at Penn State’s highly-talented and highly-anticipated 2023 football team for the Blue-White game on Saturday, April 15, at Beaver Stadium. Of course, it’s only right to celebrate such a day by drinking. So, keep the drinks flowing and follow along with our official Blue-White drinking game.

  • Crack a cold one to get the day started. We’ve been without a football game for a long time. You deserve it.
  • Get a game of Rattlin’ Bog in once you’ve settled into your tailgate spot. It’s going to be a long day of drinking and those beers won’t drink themselves.
  • Take a trip to the Cocktagon with the boys. It doesn’t involve drinking, but it’s something that needs to be done.
  • Take a shot if you see a puppy in the tailgating lots. Aw.
  • Chug water! It’s a hot one out there.
  • Take a sip if someone asks if you’re rooting for Blue or White.
  • Finish your drink if someone tries to put money on it.
  • Cheers your expensive beers with your friends once you get into Beaver Stadium.
  • Take a shot if you’re strictly tailgating.
  • Chug for six seconds for every touchdown.
  • Take a shot when Drew Allar hits the field. Let the Allar Era begin. #Future
  • Sneak a water inside. You’ll thank us in the end.
  • If you take a spin on the Ferris wheel, drink for seven seconds.
  • Crack a beer for Mother Nature if the rain holds off. She’s been blessing us lately.
  • Drink if you see Sean Clifford on the sidelines.
  • Chug for five seconds if a recruit commits during the game. Chug for another five if someone commits right after.
  • Mike Rhoades sighting! If you see the new men’s basketball coach, sip on a Yuengling, and welcome him back to Pennsylvania.
  • If Beau Pribula impresses, drink. The quarterback room is hot.
  • Pour one out for anyone you see throwing up the fallen soldiers. It’s their first game since December. Cut them some slack.
  • Take a shot if your skin is burnt to a crisp at the end of the day. Short-term painkiller.

Enjoy the weekend, and remember to 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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