Major Game Has Disastrous Weather Approaching Kickoff

first_imgBeaver Stadium covered in snow.STATE COLLEGE, PA – OCTOBER 29: A general view of Beaver Stadium as snow falls before the game between the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Illinois Fighting Illini on October 29, 2011 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)Rivalry Weekend is in full swing as bitter rivals meet all across the country to settle their differences. On Saturday afternoon, the Penn State Nittany Lions are slated to take on the Maryland Terrapins.Although not true rivals yet, there’s an air of dislike between the two programs. Heading into Saturday’s game, Maryland sits at 5-6 on the year and in need of a win to make a bowl game.Fans from both teams will be in short supply as weather before kickoff is downright atrocious.Freezing rain, strong winds, and low temperatures have Beaver Stadium looking like a whiteout with no fans around. Check it out.There’s freezing rain, wind, temperatures in the 30s and closed parking lots at every turn. (And ALL the restrooms in the press box are out of service.)If you’re at today’s #PSUvsUMD game, you’re a die-hard … pic.twitter.com/tQTHnEyXy0— Josh Moyer (@ByJoshMoyer) November 24, 2018Penn State and Maryland are slated for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff. Temperatures at kickoff time are supposed to be in the low 30’s.Penn State enters as a 13-point favorite in the contest. Can Maryland pull off the upset and make it to a bowl game?last_img

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