A Year For The Books: Penn State Football 2016 Recap
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A Year For The Books: Penn State Football 2016 Recap

It has been a whirlwind season for Penn State football with plenty of wins, riots, and great memories.

A Year For The Books: Penn State Football 2016 Recap

It has been a year to remember for Penn State football and one that has kept us all on the edge of our seats, cheering with every ounce of our beings. We've seen the good, the bad, and the ugly and through it all, we were proud to be Nittany Lions. While we won't put away our jerseys and shakers for good until January, the days of home games and chicken baskets have come to an end. Let's recap on this whirlwind of a season!

September 3rd vs Kent State

Summer seems to drag on and on after we've bought our students tickets so by the time game day rolled around, we were more than ready! And what better way to kick off the season than with a win?

September 10th at Pitt

After a rousing #PittHateWeek I think we all felt a little awkward after that loss.

September 24th at Michigan

With a win at home the week before we were back to our happy old selves... And then... yeah, I didn't enjoy watching this game.

October 1st, 8th vs Minnesota, Maryland

everybody hands go up

October 15th: Bye Week

October 22nd vs Ohio State


October 29th- November 12th

#PurdueBeat #IowaBeat #IndianaBeat

November 19th at Rutgers

Lol Rutgers

November 26th vs Michigan State

Despite the fact that we had to briefly cheer for Ohio State, this day was just one win after another for Penn Staters. B1G East Champions baby!

Weekend of December 3rd: En Route

Nothing beats hitting the road/ skies with thousands of other Penn State fans.

December 3rd vs Wisconsin (First Half)

We'll be okay. We'll pull through. We're a second half team. It'll all be okay. Aaaah.

December 3rd vs isconsin (Second Half)

Why yes, I did purposely not include the W in Wisconsin cause WEEEE ARE THE CHAMPIONS.

December 4th: Announcement of the Bowl Championship Series

While many believe we clearly deserve to be in the playoffs and are more than outraged...

Others are excited to be headed to Pasadena for only the fourth time in program history and are ready to take on the Rose Bowl.

All in all it has been a heart-pounding season of excitement and pride as we truly enter a new era of Penn State football. Let's give USC all we've got in January!

P.S. If we could just skip February- August and go right to next season, well that would be just fantastic.
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