When Penn State kicked off to Nebraska, on Saturday afternoon, it was 30 degrees, snowing and windy. But, thousands of Blue & White faithful still filled in the seats at Beaver Stadium to honor the seniors who were suiting up for the final time in front of their home crowd. It was a close game with the Cornhuskers, and for the third time this season, Penn State took it to overtime! In OT, it was Nebraska winning by a field goal, with a final score of 23-20, but the seniors still soaked in every moment of their last game in Happy Valley. West Scranton alum, and Penn State senior offensive lineman, Eric Shrive, was one of the seventeen seniors honored before the game, and said his years in State College are some he will never forget.
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