Penn State Football will play its biggest game of the season, against the Michigan Wolverines, on the national stage, and potential for their College Football Playoff lives on Saturday afternoon.
With FOX Sports’ Big Noon on the scene in Happy Valley, Saturday has the potential to be one of the most consequential games of the James Franklin era.
It is also the annual Penn State Football Stripe Out game.
For those unfamiliar, fans are asked to wear either blue or white, depending on which section of Beaver Stadium that they are sitting in, to create the effect of alternating blue and white stripes in the stands.
Fans can check out which color you are supposed to wear below, based on the section you’ll be sitting in for Saturday’s action:
Penn State Football will look to split its games against Big Ten East rival Ohio State and Michigan, to climb into the conversation for one of the four College Football Playoff spots with a win over Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines.
The Nittany Lions kickoff against Michigan at noon on Saturday.