Penn State White-out Controversy

This weekend Big Ten rivals Penn State and Ohio State lock up in Happy Valley, and this game will be another installment of the Penn State white-out game.  The white t-shirts that have been chosen as the “official” design however, have apparently caused quite an uproar.  The shirt, shown below, has a blue stripe down the middle which correpsonds with the PSU helmets, yet some insist it looks too much like a cross.  That Fan’s response:  blah blah blah. 


Now, I understand that some people are refusing to wear it, and that is why you have this tremendous alternative (and one that I like even better than the “official” shirt), the “Terrelle Cryer” shirt (aptly named after Pryor was seen crying after his sub-par performance in the loss to Penn State last year). 


Now this is my kind of white-out shirt...

Penn State is known to have the best white-out every year, so I’m looking forward to seeing how it looks on TV.  If you will be at the game, take pictures and send them to us (  White-out games haven’t gone so well this year as you can see from the study I’m doing, and don’t forget, Penn State lost a white-out game to Iowa earlier this year.  To all my Penn State fans out there reading:  what are your thoughts???


2 Responses to Penn State White-out Controversy

  1. Fast Eddie says:

    I’ll be there right behind the student section. Will send pictures. Here is a video I shot of the snowball fight during homecoming this year.

  2. thatfan says:

    Eddie – feel free to send pictures to or you can Tweet them to me @ThatFan.

    Nice video of the snowball fight, but that was kind of odd. It didn’t seem like there was much snow around, although they probably had the field covered. Were people throwing them at random all over the stadium? The crowd seemed dead by how clear the announcer was!

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