Penn State is gearing up for its annual White Out game, and a former Nittany Lions star is going to be on hand as the honorary captain.

Saturday’s game against Michigan is setting up to be a good one and is especially crucial for Penn State’s season. Ohio State remained undefeated with a win Friday night with the Nittany Lions trying to keep pace in the B1G East. A loss would not end Penn State’s chances, but a win would keep them even with the Buckeyes while essentially eliminating Michigan in the B1G East.

For the game, Penn State announced that former DL Tamba Hali will be in Happy Valley for the game. He is the honorary captain for the game:

Hali was a consensus All-American during a memorable 2005 season. He finished that season with 17 tackles for loss and 11 sacks.