white·out ˈ(h)wītout/ noun noun: white-out 1. a blizzard, especially in polar regions, that reduces visibilities to near zero. a weather condition in which the features and horizon of snow-covered country are indistinguishable due to uniform light diffusion. 2. a loss of color vision due to rapid acceleration, often before a loss of consciousness.
Deafening noise. Blinding brightness. Shock and awe.
The White Out returns on October 21st, as Penn State welcomes the Michigan Wolverines to Beaver Stadium for what is sure to be a primetime revenge game. Ten years after the first full-stadium White Out against Notre Dame in 2007, James Franklin will turn to the ultimate home field advantage in college football to avenge a humiliating loss to Jim Harbuagh's squad.
No other atmosphere in the country delivers the electricity of a White Out. In fact, Urban Meyer wishes "they'd save the White Out for other games." I don't think so, Urbz.