[Photo Story] Blue-White Game 2024

Penn State football returned to Beaver Stadium for the annual Blue-White Game on Saturday, leaving fans enthusiastic for the upcoming fall season, though windswept after an afternoon of gusty conditions.

The Blue and White teams were divided to encourage a competitive atmosphere that aimed to address questions about the team’s potential for next season.

Throughout the weekend, our visual staff was on site to capture memorable moments on and off the field.

As always, fans gathered outside the stadium to welcome the team back to Beaver Stadium.

The Symbol Of Our Best got fans excited before the game began, and the team debuted new warmup gear upon its arrival.

After interacting with the Nittany Lion faithful, it was time for the blue and white to warm up and get loose for the game.

The blood was flowing, and it was time for the squads to take the field.

Some familiar faces were also in attendance, amping up the crowd and celebrating their alma mater.

The crowd roared as both teams went to opposing sidelines and prepared for the first half.

Drew Allar and the quarterbacks premiered royal blue jerseys to distinguish themselves from the team, and folks either loved the change or hated the deviation from the classic gray.

The first half ended with a close score of 10-0 in favor of team White. There were some promising flashes from Allar, who went into the half 9-17, throwing 107 yards, and Quinton Martin Jr., who scored the game’s first touchdown.

The game concluded with team White coming out on top with a score of 27-0, and both teams wrapped the day’s events with a rendition of the Alma Mater along with friends, family, and fans.

Time to start the countdown until we are back in Beaver Stadium, folks!

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