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Penn State Tailgating

Tailgating at Penn State

TourTheTen.com's Toni Lozzi explores the Penn State tailgating scene, meeting some loyal fans and checking out their delicious spreads!

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Tailgating at Penn State
Top 12 Marching Band Traditions in the Big Ten

Top Marching Band Traditions in the Big …

Contributor Grant Gannon ranks his favorite Big Ten Marching Band Traditions:

1. Script Ohio- Ohio State
Ranked No. 1 on my list, and Sports Illustrated’s top college football tradition from the August 22,…

Top Marching Band Traditions in the Big …
Woody Hayes: the Ritual of College Football

The Ritual of College Football

The words of Woody Hayes illustrate best what we all feel as Big Ten fans, the passion for history and traditions that surround a Saturday football game day in this…

The Ritual of College Football
The Life of a Big Ten Male Cheerleader

Gentlemen of the Spirit Squad: The Unhea…

The phrase “tremendous college athlete” rouses thoughts of football and basketball players in the minds of many. Robert Griffin III dodging defenders during a mad sprint to the end zone,…

Gentlemen of the Spirit Squad: The Unhea…
PSU PRIDE Teaches Respectable Fandom

PSU PRIDE Teaches Respectable Fandom

To be a great Penn State fan, one must know the codes, the cheers, the songs and the atmosphere of the game. However, as a freshman or a new comer…

PSU PRIDE Teaches Respectable Fandom
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Marching Bands in the Big Ten

As you walk past the concession stand, you smell grease from the burgers, you hear the shouts of thousands walking past you, but what stands out most is in the sound off into the distance. It’s so faint, but it draws your attention. It makes every step towards your seat more and more exciting. As you get closer, the sound starts to get louder, the rhythms and melodies become clear and you finall... (more)

Top 25 Football Traditions?

We came across this list of "... (more)

GUARDING THE SHRINE

This sleek statue of a Nittany Lion was donated to PSU by the class of 1940, and was carved from a 13-ton block of Indiana limestone by Sculptor Heinze Warnecke in the summer of 1942. While it is easily one of t... (more)