LOS ANGELES, C.A.— Welcome to another edition of PSU Football Sights and Sounds.
People at Penn State and in Pennsylvania as a whole are used to bad weather, and those traveling to California are hoping this year’s Rose Bowl Game between Penn State and Utah will feature the sunshine and beauty that California is known for.
Well, Monday’s forecast says that Pasadena’s temperatures won’t go above 57 degrees, and it’s supposed to be cloudy during the big game.
There’s also a chance of rain.
It was spitting rain in California Friday for Penn State’s second pre-Rose Bowl practice that media could briefly attend.
In that viewing window, Nittany Sports Now captured a tackling drill led by defensive coordinator Manny Diaz.
NSN also captured Penn State’s quarterbacks, Sean Clifford, Drew Allar and Beau Pribula, throwing passes to tight ends, such as Theo Johnson and Khalil Dinkins, and wide receivers, such as KeAndre Lambert-Smith and Omari Evans.
This will be the last media viewing window for Penn State’s 2022 football season. Kickoff for Penn State-Utah is scheduled for 5 ET. Here are some of the sights and sounds from PSU football practice that Nittany Sports Now captured Friday amid the spitting rain. Here’s hoping for sunnier days in the near future.