Over the past few years, Blakeway Worldwide Panorams has provided photos from big games at Beaver Stadium. Fans are able to zoom in on their section and see themselves with the unbelievable gigapixel photo. The company took a shot from the Rose Bowl as the Blue Band took the field and I decided to take a dive in and see who I could find.
Penn State legend and ESPN analyst Todd Blackledge taking in the pregame.
ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi plotting his next move to make America cry.
Former USC all-american linebacker Willie McGinest bundled up for the rare chilly SoCal night.
USC athletic director Lynn Swann sits up in his box taking in his first bowl game as AD. Swann was named USC athletic director on April 13, 2016.
Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler preparing to call one of the wildest games of their careers from atop the Rose Bowl.
I cannot confirm, but from a distance, it looks like former Penn State players, Deion Barnes, Gerald Hodges and Adrian Amos. The man in front of them strikes a resemblance to Franco Harris.
Friend of Roar Lions Roar (bearded fella) Ryan Beckler sporting some sweet Tuddies gear from the Penn State section in the end zone.
Three random fans with their roses pose for a selfie as #1 is ready to take it all off.
A UCLA fan was not quite ready to give up his season ticket to a hated rival Trojans fan.
A fan showing his support for Penn State offensive coordinator Joe Moorehead with his "Joe Knows Football" shirt.
Another friend of the blog and lover of all things Penn State, Maddy Pryor takes in the video on the big screen.
Roar Lions Roar contributing editor Bill DiFilippo takes a swig of water before the game. We here at Roar Lions Roar cannot stress the importance of proper hydration.
Roar Lions Roar senior editor and football manager Matt de Bear wearing his shades proving that the sun never sets on the cool.
The gigapixel is so great that it even captures the Goodyear blimp from above.
It took some time and though it's hiding behind a beer, I was able to find two more Tuddies shirts and you can get yours at our Roar Lions Roar store.
There you have it, a semi-detailed look around the Rose Bowl. Though about fifty percent of the people were looking at their phones, I was able to find some shots worth sharing. Luckily for Penn State fans, the picture was taken before the game and not the end because it wouldn't be as fun to look at pictures of people crying.