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Your Official Blue-White Drinking Game

We’re almost back in Beaver Stadium, folks.

In just one more sleep, fans will get a first look at Penn State highly-anticipated 2024 football team for the Blue-White Game on Saturday, April 13, at Beaver Stadium. And with that, comes with a day filled of tailgating, watching some football, and of course, drinking.

Keep the brews flowing all daylong and get hype for the most anticipated game practice of the semester by following along with our official Blue-White drinking game.

  • To get the day started, crack a cold one and take a shot. It’s been a while since we had this privilege, so go big or go home.
  • Take a shot if you started tailgating before 8 a.m.
  • Get a game of Rattlin’ Bog or Thunder in once you’ve made it to the tailgate lot. Those beers won’t drink themselves, folks.
  • If you’re tailgating with your family or loved ones, take a shot with them and give them a big hug after. #FamilyGoals
  • If you’re a senior graduating and this is your last time in Beaver Stadium, take a double shot to make the pain go away. Hold back those tears, seniors.
  • Take a shot if this is your first ever Blue-White Game.
  • Once you get into the stadium, crack open one of those expensive ass beers and cheers with your friends.
  • Have a sip every time you see the Nittany Lion.
  • Have another if the Symbol of our Best makes his way into the student section.
  • Chug your drink for five seconds every time you hear the We Are chant.
  • Take a few sips if someone asks if you’re rooting for Blue or White.
  • If you blackout before halftime, chug some water then rally.
  • If you end up not making it into the stadium and just tailgate all day, keep the energy high by chugging for three seconds with your group.
  • Take a sip every time you hear a Drew Allar vs. Beau Pribula debate.
  • Have another if you hear another debate about Kaytron Allen vs. Nick Singleton.
  • Finish your drink if you hear someone mention Ohio State or Michigan. Ew.
  • Have a nice, looong sip every time Blue or White scores a touchdown.
  • Take a sip for every interception.
  • Every time you hear “SkeeYee” play, take a swig. Only two more weeks until we get to hear the song live!
  • Finish your drink if you make it onto the field after the scrimmage.
  • If you’re as excited we are for the 2024 football season, take a shot or two.

Have fun, stay hydrated, and drink responsibly this weekend!

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About the Author

Evan Halfen

Evan Halfen is a junior broadcast journalism major from Newark, DE, and is one of Onward State's associate editors. Evan loves all things Penn State, tailgating, being loud, just about any beach, and his puppies, Butterscotch and Wentzy. You can direct all your tips, roasts, and jokes to his Instagram: @evan.halfen or email: [email protected]

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