Tag Yourself In The 2023 Stripe Out Panorama

While the majority of the 110,856 fans inside Beaver Stadium went home disappointed after Penn State football’s loss to Michigan, those who attended got to be a part of the spectacle known as the Penn State Stripe Out.

The blue and white crowd pattern made for a great photo, and fans can admire it up close in a 360-degree, gigapixel panorama.

The photo allows fans to zoom into the stands to find themselves in high resolution and place their location via a Facebook or email account.

Fans also have the option of snapping a “digital postcard” of any section of the panorama or playing a photo hunt game. Both features can be found under the website’s drop-down menu.

Can you find yourself amongst the second-largest crowd in Beaver Stadium history? Start searching here.

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About the Author

Jamie Lynch

Jamie is a first-year DUS student from Chappaqua, NY. He loves to swim and is a member of the club team here at Penn State. Jamie is also in the Schreyer Honors College, and wishes there was an advanced course in college football fandom (scored 118/133 on the mascot quiz). Avid ping-pong player, dairy lover, and has met two U.S. Presidents, in case anyone was wondering. If you have anything to share, or want to debate the AP Poll with someone, email [email protected] or reach out on instagram @jamie.ly3.

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