Penn State Football Announces Its “Whiteout” Game For 2019

first_imgShot of Penn State coach James Franklin.PISCATAWAY, NJ – NOVEMBER 17: Head coach James Franklin of the Penn State Nittany Lions runs onto the field with his team before taking on the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at HighPoint.com Stadium on November 17, 2018 in Piscataway, New Jersey. (Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images)The Penn State football schedule has been out for a while, but the school had yet to announce when its annual Whiteout game would be. That mystery has now been solved as the school announced which opponent would be visiting on Whiteout Day.In a recent post advertising season tickets in the student section, the Penn State Football Twitter account revealed that the Whiteout game will take place on October 19 against Michigan. The Whiteout game is usually reserved for the biggest regular season home matchup of the season and this one will be no exception.Michigan is one of only two Big Ten teams playing at Beaver Stadium this year that was bowl-eligible last year. The other is Purdue, and that game is already designated as the Homecoming game.The majority of Penn State’s big rivalry games, including Ohio State and Michigan State, will be played on the road.#PennState Students: Join the BEST Student Section in the country by securing your 2019 season tickets! 🎟️ The season ticket sale will take place Monday, June 17th & run through Friday, June 21st.More Details: https://t.co/OFKikcp3QE#WeAre pic.twitter.com/ouRrWFAC6C— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) April 18, 2019The Penn State football team starts the 2019 season with a three-game home stretch against non-conference opponents Idaho, Buffalo, and Pitt.Their next three games will be at Maryland, home against Purdue, and at Iowa before playing Michigan.The final five games will be a bit more daunting with the aforementioned road games against Michigan State and Ohio State sandwiching Minnesota and Indiana.Penn State’s season finale will be home against Rutgers.last_img

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