Penn State Football: Odds On Which Game Will Win The White Out Vote

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Home Game #1: vs Buffalo Bulls (September 12th)

Nov 29, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Bulls running back Branden Oliver (32) runs the ball against the Bowling Green Falcons at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Since joining the Mid-American Conference in 1999, the Bulls have struggled mightily especially against BCS opponents. In 34 games against BCS opponents since 1999, the Bulls have compiled a 2-33 record with their only wins coming in 2002 against Rutgers and 2013 against UConn. In those 35 games, Buffalo has been outscored 1,282 to 461.

Buffalo and Penn State have met only once since Buffalo become a Division One FBS program. The lone game came in 2007, at Beaver Stadium with the Nittany Lions prevailing 45-24. At the time, Penn State was ranked as the 12th best team in the country and the game was sold out with a crowd of 107,506.

While it would almost guarantee a victory, Buffalo is not a strong enough opponent or even well known opponent for the average Penn State fans and students to really care to see for such a traditional event. The fact, it’s not a scheduled night game or a Big Ten conference games are two big breaking points for fans as well.

Odds: 50:1