Penn State leads Minnesota, 17-10, at halftime of Penn State’s Homecoming and White Out game.
One of the biggest storylines heading into the game was how loud Penn State’s crowd would be.
Well, Minnesota has five false starts, so that’s a good indicator.
Minnesota QB Athan Kaliakmanis is making his first career start, and he’s been thrown into the fire right away.
Here’s how the people of Twitter reacted to this year’s edition of the White Out.
FALSE START. FIRST PLAY FOR MINNESOTA.
It’s too loud at Beaver Stadium 😤 pic.twitter.com/uP06uvHGJI
— Onward State (@OnwardState) October 22, 2022
False start for Minnesota on the first play is what this crowed does
— Casey Levitt (@Clevitt17) October 22, 2022
Oh my gosh. Minnesota false start first play and third play. The whiteout is simply UNMATCHED. #WeAre
— Kyle Cannillo (@KyleCannillo) October 22, 2022
2 false starts on Minnesota’s opening drive pic.twitter.com/LRKlIJB5qP
— PS Football U (@psufootballu) October 22, 2022
Excellent first series by Penn State’s defense (two false starts helped.)
— Joe Smeltzer (@joesmeltzer775) October 22, 2022
Minnesota has seven penalties — five false starts and two offsides (one declined). #PSU 2-15. Whiteout crowd doing its part.
— Neil Rudel (@NeilRudel) October 23, 2022
Minnesota with five false starts so far, crowd playing defense tonight too.
— Ben Jones (@Ben_Jones88) October 23, 2022
— Joe Smeltzer (@joesmeltzer775) October 23, 2022
BEAVER IS ROCKIN
— BasicBluesNation.com (@BasicBlues) October 23, 2022
Haven’t seen consecutive false starts due to crowd noise at a Penn state game since /uncontrollable sobbing
— hawkize (@stillnothawkize) October 23, 2022
.@minnesota keep doing false starts
— Roar Lions Roar (@RLRblog) October 22, 2022
Minnesota is going to set the record for false starts. They White Out remains a weapon.
— Penn State Analytics (@PSU_Analytics) October 23, 2022