The origin of Penn State’s ‘White Out’ | College GameDay

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The origin of Penn State’s ‘White Out’ | College GameDay

The annual White Out game has become one of the signature traditions in all of college football and what started in the student section has become a movement, for the town, the team and 110,000 strong on Saturday nights.

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