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PSU Gameday

On Saturday, Penn State football players saw an unusually empty and quiet Beaver Stadium. But they were still able to see some familiar faces.

A game day like no other.

A Whiteout on Halloween weekend against Ohio State but no one was in the stands of the second largest college football stadium in the country except the families of football players were inside.

One Nittany Lion fan writes on Facebook. “Is anybody else, literally, and I mean literally, sick to their stomach like me seeing Beaver Stadium empty.”

Head coach James Franklin making light of the situation by hanging out with his families cardboard cutouts prior to game time.

These cardboard cutouts are the closest some fans will ever get to Beaver Stadium this year. Thousands have already been sold, ranging from 65 to 85 dollars.

A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Penn States largest student run philanthropy, Thon.

Some fans even say the quiet stadium played a factor in Ohio States play calling. One say saying “Listening to Justin Fields call audibles on red zone plays in front of the student section was discouraging. Never would have happened with 110 thousand fans in the stands.”

For more information on how to purchase your own cut out, you can go over to GOPSUSPORTS.COM.

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