Penn State's Blue-White Game Draws Fourth-Highest Attendance Among Spring Games

By Dan Vecellio on April 23, 2018 at 9:05 am
Apr 21, 2018; University Park, PA, USA; American actor Keegan-Michael Key rings the victory bell after the conclusion of the Blue White spring game at Beaver Stadium. The Blue team defeated the White team 21-10. Mandatory Credit: Matthew O'Haren-USA TODAY Sports
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Beautiful weather and a chance to see the post-Saquon Barkley era begin led to massive turnout at Beaver Stadium for Saturday's Blue-White Game. The Blue squad beat the White 21-10 on the strength of Mac Hippenhammer's two-touchdown performance. 71,000 fans filled the stands in State College, good for the fourth-largest crowd in the 2018 slate of spring games across college football. 

The Nittany Lions ended up with the second-highest spring attendance in the Big Ten, trailing only Nebraska. The Huskers topped the list with nearly 87,000 fans packing Memorial Stadium to see defending national championship coach Scott Frost make his return to alma mater. Last year's College Football Playoff participants Georgia and Alabama were the only other schools to outdraw Penn State. 

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