[Photo Story] Penn State vs. Iowa
Often imitated, never replicated.
As always, the Penn State White Out was a visually stunning spectacle that had no shortage of things to see. The Nittany Lions were impressive on both sides of the ball on their way to their 31-0 win over Iowa.
Our photographers were on the sidelines to capture it all, so let’s take a look back at some photos from the day.
Before the team arrived at Beaver Stadium, Nittanyville was ready to pack the student section and prove why Penn State has the best student section in the country.
The Nittany Lions rolled into a sea of fans dressed in white and was, as always, escorted by the Blue Band.
Even though Penn State doesn’t wear its white uniforms for the White Out, the Nittany Lions got warm in some fresh Nike hoodies with Beaver Stadium on the back.
Here it is, folks, the 15th full-stadium Penn State White Out.
Just as expected, the Nittany Lion faithful didn’t let the rain stop them from showing up and showing out in white.
The defense was quick to take control of the game, shutting down the Hawkeyes’ offensive attack.
Khalil Dinkins reeled in Penn State’s first touchdown of the night to jump to a 10-0 lead in the second quarter.
Tyler Warren started the second half off strong for the Nittany Lions with a pair of touchdowns that set the tone for the rest of the game.
The Penn State defense kept the pressure on Iowa all night, forced four turnovers, and held the Hawkeyes to zero points, the first team to do so since 2000.
Keandre Lambert-Smith put the icing on the cake for the Nittany Lions with a fourth-quarter touchdown reception.
It was all smiles for Penn State following the huge White Out win.
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