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Penn State Nittany Lions Panoramic Picture - Beaver Stadium

Penn State Nittany Lions Panoramic Picture - Beaver Stadium

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This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, showcases Penn State in a Big Ten Conference showdown against Rutgers at Beaver Stadium. Home to the Nittany Lion football team since 1960, renovations and expansions have resulted in making the stadium the second largest gridiron in the nation. The addition of more than 60 enclosed suites has contributed to a stellar fan experience. This match-up features the first-ever Penn State Stripe Out™ of the famed field. To create the glorious blue and white stripes shown in the crowd, fans were encouraged to wear either color depending on their ticket location, resulting in this historic display of Penn State pride.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Panorama - Sunset at Beaver Stadium

Penn State Nittany Lions Football Panorama - Sunset at Beaver Stadium

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This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the excitement of the Penn State Nittany Lion fans as their team scores a touchdown during a sell-out homecoming game that ultimately resulted in a stunning win over Michigan at Beaver Stadium™. Nittany Lion fans showed their Penn State pride and wore white at the game for the all-stadium white out, cheering their team to victory in the fourth overtime. In addition to the Saturday evening football game, homecoming festivities included the annual parade that starts at Beaver Stadium and winds through campus and College Avenue, the first event at the new Pegula Ice Arena™, as well as numerous other athletic events throughout the weekend.
Penn State Nittany Lions Panorama - Beaver Stadium Picture

Penn State Nittany Lions Panorama - Beaver Stadium Picture

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This panorama of the Penn State Nittany Lions™ football team playing at Beaver Stadium was taken by James Simmons. Penn State's spirit and traditions were ever apparent as Nittany Lion fans flooded Beaver Stadium in a sea of white for the annual White Out Game. Penn State traditions also include the athletic symbol chosen by the student body in 1906; it is the mountain lion which once roamed central Pennsylvania. Since Penn State is located in the Nittany Valley at the foot of Mount Nittany, the lion was designated as a Nittany Lion. In regional folklore, Nittany was a valorous Indian princess in whose honor the Great Spirit caused Mount Nittany to be formed. Penn State was established in 1855.
Penn State Nittany Lions Hockey Panoramic- Pegula Ice Arena

Penn State Nittany Lions Hockey Panoramic- Pegula Ice Arena

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This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, honors the official dedication and opening game at Pegula Ice Arena on October 11, 2013. In a fitting tribute, the Penn State men’s hockey team christened the new arena with a 4-1 win over the Army Black Knights™. The new $90 million state-of-the-art hockey palace has an official capacity of more than 6,000, including 1,000 student tickets. The building will also host many other events including youth and adult hockey leagues, education programs and figure skating sessions. The new arena went from dream to reality, as the result of a donation from Terry and Kim Pegula, who made the largest single gift in Penn State history.
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Penn State University Nittany Lions Panoramic Pictures

Penn State University Nittany Lions Panoramic Pictures | Penn State Nittany Lions Logo

The Penn State Nittany Lions represent the athletic teams of Pennsylvania University: well-known as among the strongest and most celebrated programs in U.S. collegiate sports. Penn State has continuously scored within the top 25 programs in every NACDA Director's Cup poll. Panoramic pictures of Penn State athletics celebrate decades of play, particularly its most well-known, Penn State football.

Panoramic photography from Beaver Stadium captures the views of Penn State football on game day. Since 1960, Beaver Stadium has seen periods of renovation and growth, with current stadium capacity over 106,000. As of 2017, Penn State football's home was the second-largest stadium in the Western Hemisphere and third-largest venue in the world. It is infamous as a difficult destination for opposing teams to play, for the sheer size and volume within the venue as well as its passionate student section.

In addition to football, Penn State hockey has also proven popular with passionate fans of the sport. Penn State hockey is a relatively recent addition to NCAA Division I, making interest in the team grow with each season since. Pegula Ice Arena is the new home for Nittany Lions hockey, and has hosted a number of other ice shows and NHL exhibition games.

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